spelling mistake in man page

Bug #305831 reported by Michael Mior
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)

Tags: manpage

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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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