PRs for manpage 'ndiscvt(8)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'ndiscvt(8)' as of Sat Dec 7 07:38:06 2013 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'ndiscvt(8)':
|o||2013/06/04||bin/179285||[patch] ndiscvt(8): Remove dependency of ndiscvt on libiconv port|
|o||2007/11/28||bin/118297||[patch] ndiscvt(8): sort a output format.|
|o||2007/11/28||bin/118296||[patch] ndiscvt(8) can't parse a STRING WORD pattern when it process a register key|
|o||2007/11/28||bin/118295||[patch] ndiscvt(8) makes a syntax error when it processes STRING.|
|o||2007/11/28||bin/118294||[patch] ndiscvt(8) can't parse WORD which includes '(' or ')' characters|
|o||2004/11/25||bin/74360||[patch] ndiscvt(8) generates a driver which doesn't match any hardware|
|o||2004/07/19||bin/69268||[patch] Fix ndiscvt(8) to warn you if it's going to generate a useless module|
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