PRs for manpage 'pw(8)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'pw(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:55 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'pw(8)':
|o||2014/05/01||bin/189173||[PATCH] pw(8): Minor cosmetic cleanup of usr.sbin/pw/pwupd.c|
|o||2014/05/01||bin/189172||[PATCH] pw(8): pw usermod breaks on changing username|
|o||2014/03/17||bin/187653||pw(8): 'pw user mod' is creating users instead of changing them.|
|o||2014/01/11||bin/185666||pw(8): Regression for 'pw usermod <user> -G <grouplist>' [regression]|
|o||2013/10/29||bin/183429||pw(8) returns "pw: user 'foo' disappeared during update" after freebsd-update upgrade|
|o||2012/11/28||bin/173977||mjg||pw(8) does not do range-checking on UIDs/GUIs from user's input, passwd DB becomes inconsistent|
|o||2012/10/22||bin/172965||pw(8): pw useradd does not allow -g ""|
|p||2012/06/26||bin/169471||[patch] pw(8) deletes group "username" on userdel even if group "username" is not assoc. w/user "username"|
|o||2012/06/23||bin/169356||pw(8): "pw groupmod GROUP -h FD" ignores "passwd_format" from login.conf(5)|
|o||2012/03/06||bin/165780||pw(8) should have a hook for home directory creation|
|o||2010/11/09||bin/152084||[patch] pw(8) does not allow @ or ! in gecos|
|o||2010/08/25||bin/149972||[patch] pw(8): usermod -u <non-numeric> should error|
|o||2009/01/26||bin/131013||pw(8) does not update NIS group file|
|o||2008/01/15||bin/119695||pw(8) does not interact with nscd(8)|
|o||2005/12/08||bin/90114||[patch] pw(8) takes strings after option -g for GID 0|
|s||2005/10/16||bin/87529||[request] pw(8): "pw lock", "pw unlock" should support the "-Y" option|
|o||2002/08/20||bin/41817||[patch] pw(8): pw groupshow doesn't include the login group|
|o||2002/05/02||bin/37672||pw(8) prints warnings after successful NIS map updates|
|o||2001/11/12||bin/31933||pw(8) can interpret numeric name as userid during userdel|
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