PRs for manpage 'pkg_info(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'pkg_info(1)' as of Mon Apr 21 07:38:42 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'pkg_info(1)':
|o||2013/05/14||bin/178609||pkg_info(1): pkg_info -g fails to notice when files have been changed|
|o||2013/05/13||bin/178604||pkg_info(1): pkg_info -g reports symlinks as missing when ther _are_ there|
|o||2013/05/13||bin/178603||pkg_info(1): pkg_info -g reports file is missing when it is just unreadable|
|o||2011/03/14||bin/155548||pkg_info(1): pkg_info -g mistakenly adds $PREFIX to global paths|
|o||2007/01/28||bin/108462||[request] pkg_info(1) shouldn't have a hard width limit|
|o||2002/08/26||bin/42018||portmgr||pkg_info(1) with PKG_PATH searches through tarred pkgs|
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