Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2019 14:19:11 +0200 From: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> To: passwdqc-users@...ts.openwall.com Cc: Unit 193 <unit193@...ntu.com>, Jackson Doak <noskcaj@...ntu.com> Subject: Re: Manpage formatting patch Hi, On Mon, Apr 15, 2019 at 06:04:33AM -0400, Unit 193 wrote: > A while ago, the Debian maintainer (Jackson Doak) noticed a formatting > error in the manpage of pwqcheck and patched the Debian package, as this > problem still exists upstream I'm forwarding the patch inline to you. Thank you! However, the original is somehow rendered correctly for me: -1 Read just 1 line (new passphrase). This is needed to use pwqcheck as the passwordcheck program on OpenBSD - e.g., with ":passwordcheck=/usr/bin/pwqcheck -1:\" in the "default" section in /etc/login.conf. Is this not how it was getting rendered on Debian prior to the patch? > In addition to thepatch below, it looks like you have an excess backslash > in the example given, No, that backslash is part of the target file's syntax, and is correct. > as that is rendered by man. This is correct. > Description: Fixes minor glitches in the manpages > Author: Jackson Doak <noskcaj@...ntu.com> > > Index: passwdqc-1.3.0/pwqcheck.1 > =================================================================== > --- passwdqc-1.3.0.orig/pwqcheck.1 2013-08-10 16:55:41.127266666 +1000 > +++ passwdqc-1.3.0/pwqcheck.1 2013-08-10 16:55:41.127266666 +1000 > @@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ > This is needed to use > .Nm > as the passwordcheck program on OpenBSD - e.g., with > -":passwordcheck=/usr/bin/pwqcheck -1:\\" > +":passwordcheck=/usr/bin/pwqcheck \-1:\\" > in the "default" section in > .Cm /etc/login.conf . > .It Cm -2 Speaking of Debian package maintenance, any plans to update to 1.3.1? We released 1.3.1 in 2016 in response to a bug reported via Debian, but somehow Debian itself didn't care to update nor fix the bug: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=831356 Alexander
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