[hackers] [9base] added missing man pages, thanks to pmarin for his digging || Anselm R Garbe

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Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 14:48:12 +0000 (UTC)

changeset: 65:5902d1b21558
parent: 57:69ca40f2af9c
user: Anselm R Garbe <anselm_AT_garbe.us>
date: Tue Apr 27 14:47:43 2010 +0000
files: getflags/getflags.1 mtime/mtime.1
added missing man pages, thanks to pmarin for his digging

diff -r 69ca40f2af9c -r 5902d1b21558 getflags/getflags.1
--- a/getflags/getflags.1 Thu Apr 01 16:03:15 2010 +0200
+++ b/getflags/getflags.1 Tue Apr 27 14:47:43 2010 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,77 @@
+getflags, usage \- command-line parsing for shell scripts
+.B getflags $*
+.B usage [ progname ]
+.I Getflags
+parses the options in its command-line arguments
+according to the environment variable
+.BR $flagfmt .
+This variable should be a list of comma-separated options.
+Each option can be a single letter, indicating that it does
+not take arguments, or a letter followed by the space-separated
+names of its arguments.
+.I Getflags
+prints an
+.IR rc (1)
+script on standard output which initializes the
+environment variable
+.BI $flag x
+for every option mentioned in
+.BR $flagfmt .
+If the option is not present on the command-line, the script
+sets that option's flag variable to an empty list.
+Otherwise, the script sets that option's flag variable with
+a list containing the option's arguments or,
+if the option takes no arguments,
+with the string
+.BR 1 .
+The script also sets the variable
+.B $*
+to the list of arguments following the options.
+The final line in the script sets the
+.B $status
+variable, to the empty string on success
+and to the string
+.B usage
+when there is an error parsing the command line.
+.I Usage
+prints a usage message to standard error.
+It creates the message using
+.BR $flagfmt ,
+as described above,
+.BR $args ,
+which should contain the string to be printed explaining
+non-option arguments,
+.BR $0 ,
+the program name
+.IR rc (1)).
+If run under
+.IR sh (1),
+which does not set
+.BR $0 ,
+the program name must be given explicitly on the command line.
+Parse the arguments for
+.IR leak (1):
+flagfmt='b,s,f binary,r res,x width'
+args='name | pid list'
+if(! ifs=() eval `{getflags $*} || ~ $#* 0){
+ usage
+ exit usage
+.B \*9/src/cmd/getflags.c
+.B \*9/src/cmd/usage.c
+.IR arg (3)
diff -r 69ca40f2af9c -r 5902d1b21558 mtime/mtime.1
--- a/mtime/mtime.1 Thu Apr 01 16:03:15 2010 +0200
+++ b/mtime/mtime.1 Tue Apr 27 14:47:43 2010 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+fsize, mtime \- print file information
+.B fsize
+.I file ...
+.B mtime
+.I file ...
+.I Fsize
+prints the name and size of each of the files.
+.I Mtime
+prints the name and modification time (in seconds since the epoch)
+of each of the files.
+.B \*9/src/cmd/fsize.c
+.B \*9/src/cmd/mtime.c
+The output formats of the two programs are different.
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