PRs for manpage 'tcsh(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'tcsh(1)' as of Tue Mar 11 07:39:27 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'tcsh(1)':
|o||2013/06/17||bin/179630||tcsh(1): nls catalog file has wrong character code(ja_JP.eucJP)|
|o||2013/06/11||bin/179488||wrong encoding of error messages in tcsh(1)|
|o||2010/08/06||bin/149363||tcsh(1) cause situation when ssh connection closed|
|o||2008/12/02||bin/129378||csh(1) / tcsh(1) loses foreground process group [regression]|
|o||2007/05/04||bin/112408||mp||[regression] tcsh(1): tcsh causes gdb to hang (regression in tcsh)|
|o||2006/08/21||bin/102357||[patch] tcsh(1)/csh(1) jobs control: sometimes 'fg' command doesn't capture back the background process|
|o||2005/11/08||bin/88655||[patch] tcsh(1): /bin/tcsh ls-F : Floating exception (core dumped)|
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