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[groff] 01/01: Make editorial fixes.

From: G. Branden Robinson
Subject: [groff] 01/01: Make editorial fixes.
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2019 11:51:45 -0400 (EDT)

gbranden pushed a commit to branch master
in repository groff.

commit 48a546f8a6e0e6ed759a6b15ea1b1cf159cc7516
Author: G. Branden Robinson <address@hidden>
Date:   Mon Sep 2 01:48:09 2019 +1000 Make editorial fixes.
    * Loosen the specificity of the advice regarding less(1)'s options for
      interpreting SGR escape sequences.  "-R" is sufficient mention, but
      there are at least three others (counting long option synonyms), and
      this is not the place to analyze their relative advantages.  Thanks to
      Ingo Schwarze for the discussion.
    * Use \[aq] character escapes in code example so its ASCII apostrophes
      are rendered as neutral glyphs in PostScript and PDF output.
 src/devices/grotty/ | 14 +++++++-------
 1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/devices/grotty/ b/src/devices/grotty/
index 659c4fc..bc047a0 100644
--- a/src/devices/grotty/
+++ b/src/devices/grotty/
@@ -148,11 +148,11 @@ When paging
 .IR grotty 's
 output with
 .IR less (1),
-it is necessary to use either the
-.B \-r
-or the
+the program must be instructed to pass SGR sequences through to the
 .B \-R
-option of the latter for SGR sequences to be rendered correctly.
+option is one way to achieve this.
 programs like
@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@ which page
 .I roff
 documents with
 .I less
-must pass one of these options to it.
+must call it with an appopriate option.
 .\" ====================================================================
@@ -246,9 +246,9 @@ escape sequence in a document.
-.BR "\[rs]X'tty: sgr " [\c
+.BR "\[rs]X\[aq]tty: sgr " [\c
 .IR n ]\c
-.B '
+.B \[aq]
 .I n

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