spelling mistake in man page

Bug #305831 reported by Michael Mior on 2008-12-06
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
ftpcopy (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

recursively is spelled wrong (without the 'e') in the man page description of the command (package version 0.6.7-2)

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Dave Gilbert (ubuntu-treblig) wrote :

Still in 0.6.7-3 on Quantal.

Changed in ftpcopy (Ubuntu):
importance: Undecided → Low
status: New → Triaged
tags: added: bitesize manpage
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Hong Bin (hongbin0908) wrote :

why ftpcopy's source is tar.gz?
debian ftpcopy-0.6.7.tar.gz

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Dave Gilbert (ubuntu-treblig) wrote :

removed bitesize tag because it's a weird package layout; it seems to be a hand coded patch set in the makefile
(that also starts by opening out the tar).

tags: removed: bitesize
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sekar sundaram (inventsekarinfo) wrote :

am a newbie, trying to learn. help, contribute.
i see the Linux kernel man pages are grouped together and maintained.(i hope its correct).
as i checked this ftpcopy's man page, i see this bug, but how do i fix this bug, if the man pages are not maintained similar to kernel man pages, please suggest. i am confused here.

ok, if i edit the ftpcopy's man page on my current linux server and send the patch to the latest ubuntu tree, this bug will be fixed?? please suggest.

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