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PRs for manpage 'mtree(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'mtree(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:15 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'mtree(8)':
o2014/03/22bin/187838imp[patch] Add support for mtree(8) to populate_data_slice and cust_install_files, unify variable names.
o2013/08/29bin/181636[patch] mtree(8): mtree -U does not fix ownership of symbolic links
o2010/02/10bin/143732[patch] mtree(8) does a full hierarchy walk when requested to just update structure (-u -e)
o2003/04/14bin/50949mtree(8) doesn't honor the -P when checking/changing ownership
o2002/08/12bin/41583[patch] mtree(8) assorted mtree bugs
o2001/06/26bin/28424brooksmtree(8) fails to report directory hierarchy mismatch
6 problems total.


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