".It Xo" ... generates improper output on groff 1.18.1

Ruslan Ermilov ru at freebsd.org
Mon May 19 19:57:38 UTC 2003

On Wed, May 14, 2003 at 11:23:05PM -0600, Kazuo Horikawa wrote:
> Hi Giorgos,
> > 	Are you going to commit the following yourself Horikawa-san?
> Sorry, but no.
> > 	If you don't, I think I can convince RE that it's harmless
> > 	enough to let me do it before 5.1-RELEASE.
> If fdisk.8 will get the workaround, I think dig.1 and hexdump.1 also
> want to have the same workaround (they also have same warning).
> But, I guess you will get tired updating dig.1 as it has almost 30
> warnings.  Also, dig.1 lives under contrib...
> I guess, if Ruslan can get fix for groff, getting it and not touching
> manpages is the best.
This has been fixed in the attached commit.

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