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PRs for manpage 'sh(1)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'sh(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:39:22 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'sh(1)':
p2013/08/20bin/181435jillessh(1) wait(1) builtin fails after bg job was SIG(STOP|TSTP|CONT) controlled
p2013/03/13standards/176916jilles[patch] sh(1): implement multiple arguments to wait builtin
o2012/09/07bin/171427sh(1): Hitting ^Z doesn't suspend jobs like expected
o2012/08/15bin/170651On 9.0-RELEASE#0 and master sh(1) gobbles high bit at first
o2012/06/10docs/168915docsize of integers used by test(1) and sh(1) is not documented
o2006/10/15bin/104432jillessh(1): remove undocumented "exp" and "let" builtins
o2002/02/11bin/34811jillessh(1) "jobs" is not pipeable
7 problems total.


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