PRs for manpage 'sort(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'sort(1)' as of Wed Apr 16 07:39:19 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'sort(1)':
|o||2014/02/26||bin/187083||[patch] sort(1) cannot be used for binary data.|
|o||2009/12/23||bin/141920||sort(1): sort -k 3,1g is very slow|
|o||2007/10/25||gnu/117481||sort(1) incorrect numeric sort in very specific cases|
|o||2006/02/21||gnu/93629||GNU sort(1) tool dumps core within non-regular locale settings|
|o||2006/02/19||gnu/93566||[patch] sort(1): numeric sort is broken on multi-byte locales|
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