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PRs for manpage 'route(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'route(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:39:07 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'route(8)':
o2014/02/01bin/186333hrsroute(8) fails to return correct exit status in quiet mode
o2013/11/05bin/183687net[patch] route(8): route add -net 172.20 add wrong host address
o2009/09/30conf/1392558.0-RC1 network.subr calls route(8) with obsolete parameter "cloning"
o2009/02/04bin/131365netroute(8): route add changes interpretation of network specification [regression]
o2008/05/06bin/123465net[ip6] route(8): route add -inet6 <ipv6_addr> -interface gif0 -proxy mangle ipv6 address
o2007/10/19bin/117339net[patch] route(8): loading routing management commands from file
6 problems total.


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