$ man cvsup
No manual entry for cvsup
I consider a missing manpage being a bug. YMMV!
Matt, could you add a manual page to the cvsup package on pkgbox?
While we talking manual pages:
time [-al] [-h | -p] [-o file] utility [argument ...]
time -h cvs updat -Pd
-h: Command not found.
0.000u 0.000s 0:00.00 0.0% 0+0k 0+0io 0pf+0w
You're using the shell builtin. Try /usr/bin/time. :)
Most shells provide a time builtin. Try a \ in front of your command:
$ \time -h cvs up -Pd
Perhaps a note of this could be added the time manual page for people
like me that didnt know that ;)
Hmm, the time(1) manpage does have a reference to builtin(1) (same goes
for echo(1) manpage etc.).
So _theoretically_ you could have found it. :)
It's even clearer than that:
Some shells may provide a builtin time command which is similar or iden-
tical to this utility. Consult the builtin(1) manual page.
Petr, What would you suggest to make it clearer?
Perhaps I should read more carefuly :)
:Matt, could you add a manual page to the cvsup package on pkgbox?
I could add a manual page that says "cvsup - the utility everyone
loves to hate, but still buy in droves at the half-off sale!". Or
I could just throw up my hands and go back to working on syslink.
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