INN commit: branches/2.5/doc/pod (innd.pod install.pod)
rra at isc.org
Sun Mar 14 21:03:54 UTC 2010
Date: Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 14:03:54
Better wording, and a POD typo.
Commit different from INN 2.6.0 because IHAVE is still
handled as a separate POST command for nnrpd in INN 2.5.x.
innd.pod | 12 ++++++------
install.pod | 2 +-
2 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)
--- innd.pod 2010-03-14 20:59:54 UTC (rev 8999)
+++ innd.pod 2010-03-14 21:03:54 UTC (rev 9000)
@@ -402,12 +402,12 @@
The fourth field indicates whether the article was accepted or not. If it
is a plus sign, then the article was accepted. If it is the letter C<j>,
-then the article was accepted, but all of the newsgroups to which the
-article was posted were set to status C<j> in the F<active> file (or not listed
-in the F<active> file and I<wanttrash> was set in F<inn.conf>) so the article
-was filed into the C<junk> newsgroup. In both of these cases, the article
-has been accepted and the C<site ...> field contains the space-separated
-list of sites to which the article is being sent.
+then the article was accepted, providing all of the newsgroups to which
+the article was posted were set to status C<j> in the F<active> file (or
+not listed in the F<active> file and I<wanttrash> was set in F<inn.conf>),
+and then the article was filed into the C<junk> newsgroup. In both of these
+cases, the article has been accepted and the C<site ...> field contains
+the space-separated list of sites to which the article is being sent.
If the fourth field is the letter C<c>, then a cancel message was accepted
before the original article arrived, and a history entry for the cancelled
--- install.pod 2010-03-14 20:59:54 UTC (rev 8999)
+++ install.pod 2010-03-14 21:03:54 UTC (rev 9000)
@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@
your MANPATH environment variable; otherwise, you may have to use a
- man -M I<pathnews in inn.conf>/share/man inn.conf
+ man -M <pathnews in inn.conf>/share/man inn.conf
to see the inn.conf(5) man page (for example).
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