Commit 47b8e4f1 authored by Francois Marier's avatar Francois Marier

Fix small lintian warnings and notices

* debian/rules: stop ignoring distclean errors
* Fix hyphens in manpage
* Expand long description
parent 8180383a
......@@ -8,11 +8,13 @@ cdargs (1.35-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.1
* Bump debhelper compatibility to 7
* debian/rules: make use of dh_prep
* debian/rules: make use of dh_prep and stop ignoring distclean errors
* Update upstream URLs
* Add watch file
* Fix hyphens in manpage
* Expand long description
-- Francois Marier <francois@debian.org> Sun, 29 Mar 2009 12:38:03 +1300
-- Francois Marier <francois@debian.org> Sun, 29 Mar 2009 13:03:13 +1300
cdargs (1.35-3) unstable; urgency=low
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......@@ -11,6 +11,10 @@ Vcs-Browser: http://git.debian.org/?p=collab-maint/cdargs.git;a=summary
Package: cdargs
Architecture: any
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}
Description:bookmarks and browsing for the cd command
cdargs is a little tool for the console which enables bookmarks and
browsing in your shell builtin cd command.
Description: bookmarks and browsing for the cd command
CDargs is a tool which enhances the navigation of the common unix file-system
inside the shell. It plugs into the shell built-in cd-command (via a shell
function or an alias) and adds bookmarks and a browser to it.
.
It enables you to move to a very distant place in the file-system with just a
few keystrokes.
......@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ clean:
rm -f build-stamp
# Add here commands to clean up after the build process.
-$(MAKE) distclean
[ ! -f Makefile ] || $(MAKE) distclean
-test -r /usr/share/misc/config.sub && \
cp -f /usr/share/misc/config.sub config.sub
-test -r /usr/share/misc/config.guess && \
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ you can jump to various places throughout the file-system
that are defined using a plain text, line oriented bookmarks file.
.PP
You can create bookmarks by editing your bookmarks file
"$HOME/.cdargs" using your favorite editor, by using the "--add"
"$HOME/.cdargs" using your favorite editor, by using the "\-\-add"
option to
.I cdargs
or by using the built-in mechanism that will be described later.
......@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ binary somewhere into your path.
Of course you can create functions and/or aliases for different
purposes. You might want to add a \fIpwd\fR call to echo your current
directories or put --nowrap in your functions to enable a different
directories or put \-\-nowrap in your functions to enable a different
scrolling behavior. See section SHELL FUNCTIONS below.
Since version 1.19 cdargs brings a collection of bash functions (and
......@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ of directories takes place).
If it doesn't match a line, that line won't be displayed.
And to make things even more complicated you can affect this behavior
by using the "--noresolve" option. This option is used when you think
by using the "\-\-noresolve" option. This option is used when you think
you give a \fINeedle\fR which matches descriptions exactly but you don't
want it to be resolved if it does. This option is internally turned on
when you delete an entry (otherwise the deletion of entries until only
......@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ contains only one entry.
Finally, if the filtered list (but not the bookmarks file) contains
only one entry it is selected and the program exits successfully,
unless you chose --noresolve.
unless you chose \-\-noresolve.
I can only hope that you understand this nested if babble...
......@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ reports it's result:
function cv () {
.br
cdargs "$1" && cd "`cat "$HOME/.cdargsresult"`"
&& rm -f "$HOME/.cdargsresult";
&& rm \-f "$HOME/.cdargsresult";
.br
}
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