INN commit: trunk/doc/pod (inn.conf.pod news.pod newsfeeds.pod)

INN Commit rra at
Sat Jan 16 15:07:53 UTC 2010

    Date: Saturday, January 16, 2010 @ 07:07:52
  Author: iulius
Revision: 8881



 inn.conf.pod  |    3 ++-
 news.pod      |    2 +-
 newsfeeds.pod |    4 ++--
 3 files changed, 5 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

Modified: inn.conf.pod
--- inn.conf.pod	2010-01-04 19:50:27 UTC (rev 8880)
+++ inn.conf.pod	2010-01-16 15:07:52 UTC (rev 8881)
@@ -1014,7 +1014,8 @@
 The path to a file containing certificate authority root certificates,
 used to present a trust chain to a TLS client.  This parameter is only
-used if B<nnrpd> is built with TLS/SSL support.  There is no default value.
+used if B<nnrpd> is built with TLS/SSL support.  The default value is an
+empty string.
 =item I<tlscapath>

Modified: news.pod
--- news.pod	2010-01-04 19:50:27 UTC (rev 8880)
+++ news.pod	2010-01-16 15:07:52 UTC (rev 8881)
@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@
 =item *
 Fixed a bug to control-only feeds:  junked non-control articles were being
-fed down control-only feeds).  Thanks to Andrew Gierth for the patch.
+fed down control-only feeds.  Thanks to Andrew Gierth for the patch.
 =item *

Modified: newsfeeds.pod
--- newsfeeds.pod	2010-01-04 19:50:27 UTC (rev 8880)
+++ newsfeeds.pod	2010-01-16 15:07:52 UTC (rev 8881)
@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@
 groups in the comp.sources.* hierarchy, but note that this would also
 exclude a newsgroup named comp.sources-only (whereas the above pattern
 would add that group to the site subscription list since it matches
-C<comp.*> and none of the other patterns.
+C<comp.*> and none of the other patterns).
 For another example, to feed alt.* and misc.* to a given site but not any
 articles posted to alt.binaries.warez (even if they're also crossposted to
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@
     alt.*, at alt.binaries.warez,misc.*
-Note, however, that if you reversed the C<alt.*> and <@alt.binaries.warez>
+Note, however, that if you reversed the C<alt.*> and C<@alt.binaries.warez>
 entries, this pattern would be equivalent to C<alt.*,misc.*>, since the
 last matching pattern determines whether a given newsgroup matches and the
 poison logic only applies if the poison entry is the last matching entry.

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