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From: GNUN
Subject: www manual/allgnupkgs.af.html manual/allgnupkgs...
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2020 12:02:57 -0500 (EST)

CVSROOT:        /web/www
Module name:    www
Changes by:     GNUN <gnun>     20/01/13 12:02:56

Modified files:
        manual         : allgnupkgs.af.html allgnupkgs.ar.html 
                         allgnupkgs.bg.html allgnupkgs.ca.html 
                         allgnupkgs.cs.html allgnupkgs.da.html 
                         allgnupkgs.de.html allgnupkgs.el.html 
                         allgnupkgs.es.html allgnupkgs.fa.html 
                         allgnupkgs.fi.html allgnupkgs.fr.html 
                         allgnupkgs.he.html allgnupkgs.hr.html 
                         allgnupkgs.id.html allgnupkgs.it.html 
                         allgnupkgs.ja.html allgnupkgs.ko.html 
                         allgnupkgs.lt.html allgnupkgs.ml.html 
                         allgnupkgs.ms.html allgnupkgs.nb.html 
                         allgnupkgs.nl.html allgnupkgs.pl.html 
                         allgnupkgs.pt-br.html allgnupkgs.ro.html 
                         allgnupkgs.ru.html allgnupkgs.sk.html 
                         allgnupkgs.sq.html allgnupkgs.sr.html 
                         allgnupkgs.sv.html allgnupkgs.ta.html 
                         allgnupkgs.te.html allgnupkgs.tr.html 
                         allgnupkgs.uk.html allgnupkgs.zh-cn.html 
                         allgnupkgs.zh-tw.html 
        manual/po      : allgnupkgs.de.po allgnupkgs.fr.po 
                         allgnupkgs.pot.opt allgnupkgs.pt-br.po 
        server         : home-pkgblurbs.af.html home-pkgblurbs.ar.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.bg.html home-pkgblurbs.ca.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.cs.html home-pkgblurbs.da.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.de.html home-pkgblurbs.el.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.es.html home-pkgblurbs.fa.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.fi.html home-pkgblurbs.fr.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.he.html home-pkgblurbs.hr.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.id.html home-pkgblurbs.it.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.ja.html home-pkgblurbs.ko.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.lt.html home-pkgblurbs.ml.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.ms.html home-pkgblurbs.nb.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.nl.html home-pkgblurbs.pl.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.pt-br.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.ro.html home-pkgblurbs.ru.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.sk.html home-pkgblurbs.sq.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.sr.html home-pkgblurbs.sv.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.ta.html home-pkgblurbs.te.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.tr.html home-pkgblurbs.uk.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.zh-cn.html 
                         home-pkgblurbs.zh-tw.html 
        server/po      : home-pkgblurbs.de.po home-pkgblurbs.fr.po 
                         home-pkgblurbs.ja.po home-pkgblurbs.pot.opt 
                         home-pkgblurbs.pt-br.po home-pkgblurbs.ru.po 

Log message:
        Automatic update by GNUnited Nations.

CVSWeb URLs:
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.af.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ar.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.bg.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ca.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.cs.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.da.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.53&r2=1.54
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.de.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.116&r2=1.117
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.el.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.es.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.fa.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.fi.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.2&r2=1.3
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.fr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.125&r2=1.126
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.he.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.hr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.id.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.it.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ja.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ko.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.lt.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.60&r2=1.61
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ml.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ms.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.2&r2=1.3
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.nb.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.nl.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.pl.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.pt-br.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ro.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ru.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.sk.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.sq.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.sr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.sv.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ta.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.te.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.9&r2=1.10
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.tr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.uk.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.zh-cn.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/allgnupkgs.zh-tw.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.74&r2=1.75
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/po/allgnupkgs.de.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.148&r2=1.149
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/po/allgnupkgs.fr.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.145&r2=1.146
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/po/allgnupkgs.pot.opt?cvsroot=www&r1=1.60&r2=1.61
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/manual/po/allgnupkgs.pt-br.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.17&r2=1.18
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.af.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ar.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.bg.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ca.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.cs.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.da.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.49&r2=1.50
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.de.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.149&r2=1.150
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.el.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.es.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.fa.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.fi.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.3&r2=1.4
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.fr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.140&r2=1.141
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.he.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.hr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.id.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.it.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ja.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.147&r2=1.148
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ko.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.lt.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.55&r2=1.56
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ml.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ms.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.3&r2=1.4
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.nb.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.nl.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.pl.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.pt-br.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.84&r2=1.85
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ro.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ru.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.154&r2=1.155
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.sk.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.sq.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.sr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.sv.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.ta.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.te.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.7&r2=1.8
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.tr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.uk.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.zh-cn.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.zh-tw.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.76&r2=1.77
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/po/home-pkgblurbs.de.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.210&r2=1.211
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/po/home-pkgblurbs.fr.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.166&r2=1.167
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/po/home-pkgblurbs.ja.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.203&r2=1.204
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/po/home-pkgblurbs.pot.opt?cvsroot=www&r1=1.67&r2=1.68
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/po/home-pkgblurbs.pt-br.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.22&r2=1.23
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/po/home-pkgblurbs.ru.po?cvsroot=www&r1=1.214&r2=1.215

Patches:
Index: manual/allgnupkgs.af.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /web/www/www/manual/allgnupkgs.af.html,v
retrieving revision 1.74
retrieving revision 1.75
diff -u -b -r1.74 -r1.75
--- manual/allgnupkgs.af.html   30 Oct 2019 14:29:14 -0000      1.74
+++ manual/allgnupkgs.af.html   13 Jan 2020 17:02:53 -0000      1.75
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm mercredi 30 octobre 2019, 14:51:12 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:35 CET 2020 -->
 <p>
 <a href="#Archiving">Archiving</a> -
 <a href="#Audio">Audio</a> -
@@ -249,6 +249,7 @@
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/";>epa</a>
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/";>erc</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/";>gnus</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/";>idlwave</a>
@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
@@ -1899,4 +1904,4 @@
 <a href="#Web">Web&nbsp;authoring</a> -
 </p>
 
-<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm mercredi 30 octobre 2019, 
14:51:12 (UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:35 CET 2020 
-->

Index: manual/allgnupkgs.ar.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /web/www/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ar.html,v
retrieving revision 1.74
retrieving revision 1.75
diff -u -b -r1.74 -r1.75
--- manual/allgnupkgs.ar.html   30 Oct 2019 14:29:14 -0000      1.74
+++ manual/allgnupkgs.ar.html   13 Jan 2020 17:02:53 -0000      1.75
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm mercredi 30 octobre 2019, 14:51:12 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:35 CET 2020 -->
 <p>
 <a href="#Archiving">Archiving</a> -
 <a href="#Audio">Audio</a> -
@@ -249,6 +249,7 @@
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/";>epa</a>
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/";>erc</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/";>gnus</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/";>idlwave</a>
@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
@@ -1899,4 +1904,4 @@
 <a href="#Web">Web&nbsp;authoring</a> -
 </p>
 
-<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm mercredi 30 octobre 2019, 
14:51:12 (UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:35 CET 2020 
-->

Index: manual/allgnupkgs.bg.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /web/www/www/manual/allgnupkgs.bg.html,v
retrieving revision 1.74
retrieving revision 1.75
diff -u -b -r1.74 -r1.75
--- manual/allgnupkgs.bg.html   30 Oct 2019 14:29:14 -0000      1.74
+++ manual/allgnupkgs.bg.html   13 Jan 2020 17:02:53 -0000      1.75
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm mercredi 30 octobre 2019, 14:51:12 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:35 CET 2020 -->
 <p>
 <a href="#Archiving">Archiving</a> -
 <a href="#Audio">Audio</a> -
@@ -249,6 +249,7 @@
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/";>epa</a>
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/";>erc</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/";>gnus</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/";>idlwave</a>
@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
@@ -1899,4 +1904,4 @@
 <a href="#Web">Web&nbsp;authoring</a> -
 </p>
 
-<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm mercredi 30 octobre 2019, 
14:51:12 (UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:35 CET 2020 
-->

Index: manual/allgnupkgs.ca.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /web/www/www/manual/allgnupkgs.ca.html,v
retrieving revision 1.74
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   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
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   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
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        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
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   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
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        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
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-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ada-mode/">ada-mode</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/autotype/">autotype</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ccmode/">ccmode</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/cl/">cl</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/dired-x/">dired-x</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ebrowse/">ebrowse</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ediff/">ediff</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eieio/">eieio</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/">elisp</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/">emacs</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/">epa</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/">erc</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/">eshell</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/">flymake</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/">gnus</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/">idlwave</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/message/">message</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/mh-e/">mh-e</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/nxml-mode/">nxml-mode</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/org/">org</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/pcl-cvs/">pcl-cvs</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/rcirc/">rcirc</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/semantic/">semantic</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/smtpmail/">smtp</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/speedbar/">speedbar</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/tramp/">tramp</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/vip/">vip</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/viper/">viper</a> <a
-href="/software/emacs/manual/html_node/woman/">woman</a>)</small>
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ada-mode/";>ada-mode</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/autotype/";>autotype</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ccmode/";>ccmode</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/cl/";>cl</a> <a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/dired-x/";>dired-x</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ebrowse/";>ebrowse</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ediff/";>ediff</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eieio/";>eieio</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/";>elisp</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/";>emacs</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/";>epa</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/";>erc</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/";>gnus</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/";>idlwave</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/message/";>message</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/mh-e/";>mh-e</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/nxml-mode/";>nxml-mode</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/org/";>org</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/pcl-cvs/";>pcl-cvs</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/rcirc/";>rcirc</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/semantic/";>semantic</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/smtpmail/";>smtp</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/speedbar/";>speedbar</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/tramp/";>tramp</a>
+<a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/vip/";>vip</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/viper/";>viper</a>
+<a
+href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/woman/";>woman</a>)</small>
 </td>
     <td>Erweiterbarer, anpassbarer, selbsterklärender Texteditor.
        <br/>In gedruckter Form erhältlich: <cite><a
@@ -1364,6 +1385,10 @@
 href="/software/pies/">Program Invocation and Execution Supervisor
 (PIES)</a>-Startseite]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.  [<a
+href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.  [<a
 href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
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   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
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   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
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href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
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   <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/";>erc</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/";>idlwave</a>
@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
 <tr id="pyconfigure"><td>* <a 
href="/software/pyconfigure/manual/">Pyconfigure</a></td>
     <td>Configure interface for Python-based packages.
        [<a href="/software/pyconfigure/">pyconfigure&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
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   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/";>eshell</a>
+  <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/";>eww</a>
   <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";>flymake</a>
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@@ -1322,6 +1323,10 @@
     <td>Program invocation and execution supervisor.
        [<a href="/software/pies/">pies&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
 
+<tr id="poke"><td>* <a href="/software/poke/#documentation">Poke</a></td>
+    <td>Editing of arbitrary binary data.
+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
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+
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+       [<a href="/software/poke/">poke&nbsp;home</a>]</td></tr>
+
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+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/semantic/\">semantic</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/smtpmail/\";>smtp</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/speedbar/";
+#| "\">speedbar</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/tramp/\">tramp</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/vip/\">vip</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/";
+#| "emacs/manual/html_node/viper/\">viper</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/woman/\">woman</a>)</small>"
 msgid ""
 "* <a href=\"/software/emacs/#Manuals\">Emacs</a> <small>(<a href=\"https://";
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+# | * <a [-href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>-]
+# | {+href=\"/software/poke/#documentation\">Poke</a>+}
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "* <a href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>"
+msgid "* <a href=\"/software/poke/#documentation\">Poke</a>"
+msgstr "* <a href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>"
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
+# | [-Bulletin board system.-]{+Editing of arbitrary binary data.+}  [<a
+# | [-href=\"/software/pipo/\">pipo&nbsp;home</a>]-]
+# | {+href=\"/software/poke/\">poke&nbsp;home</a>]+}
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Bulletin board system.  [<a href=\"/software/pipo/\">pipo&nbsp;home</a>]"
+msgid ""
+"Editing of arbitrary binary data.  [<a href=\"/software/poke/\">poke&nbsp;"
+"home</a>]"
+msgstr ""
+"Bulletin-Board-System. [<a href=\"/software/pipo/\">Pipo</a>-Startseite]"
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
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diff -u -b -r1.145 -r1.146
--- manual/po/allgnupkgs.fr.po  30 Oct 2019 18:47:17 -0000      1.145
+++ manual/po/allgnupkgs.fr.po  13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.146
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
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@@ -640,6 +641,103 @@
 
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+# | * <a href=\"/software/emacs/#Manuals\">Emacs</a> <small>(<a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ada-mode/\";>ada-mode</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/autotype/\";>autotype</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
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+# | <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/cl/\";>cl</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/dired-x/\";>dired-x</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ebrowse/\";>ebrowse</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ediff/\";>ediff</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
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+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/\";>elisp</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/\";>emacs</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/\";>epa</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/\";>erc</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/\";>eshell</a>
+# | <a
+# | {+href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eww/\";>eww</a>
+# | <a+}
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/\";>flymake</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/gnus/\";>gnus</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/idlwave/\";>idlwave</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/message/\";>message</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/mh-e/\";>mh-e</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/nxml-mode/\";>nxml-mode</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/org/\";>org</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/pcl-cvs/\";>pcl-cvs</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/rcirc/\";>rcirc</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/semantic/\";>semantic</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/smtpmail/\";>smtp</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/speedbar/\";>speedbar</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/tramp/\";>tramp</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/vip/\";>vip</a>
+# | <a
+# | 
href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/viper/\";>viper</a>
+# | <a
+# | href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/woman/\";>woman</
+# | a>)</small>
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "* <a href=\"/software/emacs/#Manuals\">Emacs</a> <small>(<a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ada-mode/\";>ada-"
+#| "mode</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/";
+#| "autotype/\">autotype</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/ccmode/\">ccmode</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/cl/\">cl</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.";
+#| "org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/dired-x/\">dired-x</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ebrowse/\";>ebrowse</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ediff/";
+#| "\">ediff</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/eieio/\">eieio</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/elisp/\">elisp</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/\">emacs</a> <a href=\"https://www.";
+#| "gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/\">epa</a> <a href=\"https://";
+#| "www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/\">erc</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/\";>eshell</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";
+#| "\">flymake</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/gnus/\">gnus</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/idlwave/\">idlwave</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/message/\">message</a> <a href=\"https://";
+#| "www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/mh-e/\">mh-e</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/nxml-mode/\";>nxml-"
+#| "mode</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/";
+#| "org/\">org</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/pcl-cvs/\">pcl-cvs</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/";
+#| "emacs/manual/html_node/rcirc/\">rcirc</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/semantic/\">semantic</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/smtpmail/\";>smtp</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/speedbar/";
+#| "\">speedbar</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/tramp/\">tramp</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/vip/\">vip</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/";
+#| "emacs/manual/html_node/viper/\">viper</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/woman/\">woman</a>)</small>"
 msgid ""
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@@ -3813,6 +3912,28 @@
 "pies/\">pies – accueil</a>]"
 
 #. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
+# | * <a [-href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>-]
+# | {+href=\"/software/poke/#documentation\">Poke</a>+}
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "* <a href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>"
+msgid "* <a href=\"/software/poke/#documentation\">Poke</a>"
+msgstr "* <a href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>"
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
+# | [-Bulletin board system.-]{+Editing of arbitrary binary data.+}  [<a
+# | [-href=\"/software/pipo/\">pipo&nbsp;home</a>]-]
+# | {+href=\"/software/poke/\">poke&nbsp;home</a>]+}
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Bulletin board system.  [<a href=\"/software/pipo/\">pipo&nbsp;home</a>]"
+msgid ""
+"Editing of arbitrary binary data.  [<a href=\"/software/poke/\">poke&nbsp;"
+"home</a>]"
+msgstr ""
+"Babillard électronique <cite>[bulletin board system]</cite>. [<a href=\"/"
+"software/pipo/\">pipo – accueil</a>]"
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
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retrieving revision 1.61
diff -u -b -r1.60 -r1.61
--- manual/po/allgnupkgs.pot.opt        30 Oct 2019 14:29:16 -0000      1.60
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@@ -3060,6 +3061,16 @@
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+msgid "* <a href=\"/software/poke/#documentation\">Poke</a>"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
+msgid ""
+"Editing of arbitrary binary data.  [<a "
+"href=\"/software/poke/\">poke&nbsp;home</a>]"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
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diff -u -b -r1.17 -r1.18
--- manual/po/allgnupkgs.pt-br.po       1 Nov 2019 07:59:09 -0000       1.17
+++ manual/po/allgnupkgs.pt-br.po       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.18
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@@ -637,6 +638,43 @@
 
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+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "* <a href=\"/software/emacs/#Manuals\">Emacs</a> <small>(<a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ada-mode/\";>ada-"
+#| "mode</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/";
+#| "autotype/\">autotype</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/ccmode/\">ccmode</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/cl/\">cl</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.";
+#| "org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/dired-x/\">dired-x</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ebrowse/\";>ebrowse</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/ediff/";
+#| "\">ediff</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/eieio/\">eieio</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/elisp/\">elisp</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/\">emacs</a> <a href=\"https://www.";
+#| "gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/epa/\">epa</a> <a href=\"https://";
+#| "www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/erc/\">erc</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/eshell/\";>eshell</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/flymake/";
+#| "\">flymake</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/gnus/\">gnus</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/idlwave/\">idlwave</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/message/\">message</a> <a href=\"https://";
+#| "www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/mh-e/\">mh-e</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/nxml-mode/\";>nxml-"
+#| "mode</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/";
+#| "org/\">org</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/pcl-cvs/\">pcl-cvs</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/";
+#| "emacs/manual/html_node/rcirc/\">rcirc</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
+#| "software/emacs/manual/html_node/semantic/\">semantic</a> <a href="
+#| "\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/smtpmail/\";>smtp</"
+#| "a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/speedbar/";
+#| "\">speedbar</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/";
+#| "html_node/tramp/\">tramp</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/";
+#| "manual/html_node/vip/\">vip</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/software/";
+#| "emacs/manual/html_node/viper/\">viper</a> <a href=\"https://www.gnu.org/";
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+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "* <a href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>"
+msgid "* <a href=\"/software/poke/#documentation\">Poke</a>"
+msgstr "* <a href=\"/software/powerguru/#documentation\">PowerGuru</a>"
+
+#. type: Content of: <table><tr><td>
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Bulletin board system.  [<a href=\"/software/pipo/\">pipo&nbsp;home</a>]"
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+msgstr ""
+"Sistema de boletins.  [<a 
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+
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
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(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.bg.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.ca.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.ca.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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RCS file: /web/www/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.cs.html,v
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diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.cs.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.cs.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.da.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.50
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 
 
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8Sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid a
 mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
 It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to external handlers,
 such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as is necessary to produce
 a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some extra abilities for special
-cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo; output.  <small>(<a
+cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt> output.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -145,10 +145,7 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="aspell">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 <b>GNU Aspell</b> ist eine Rechtschreibprüfung, die sowoh als Bibliothek
 oder eigenständiges Programm verwendet werden kann. Besonderes Merkmal ist
 die uneingeschränkte Unterstützung von UTF-8-kodierten Dokumenten und die
@@ -295,14 +292,11 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bc">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/bc/">BC</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/bc/">BC</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes an
 interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.  Its syntax
 is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also includes
-&lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
+<tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -317,11 +311,11 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binary Utilities</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary files. Perhaps
-the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and &lsquo;as&rsquo;, an
+the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and <tt>as</tt>, an
 assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary profiling
 information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities for working
-with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with executable
-and object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
+with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with executable and
+object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -341,12 +335,12 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It
-supports both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search
-for the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
-context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also
-has robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
+both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for the
+occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles context
+gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also has
+robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -368,12 +362,9 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="c-graph">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
+  <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="C-Graph-Logo" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-Graph</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-Graph</a></h4><p>
 <strong>GNU C-Graph</strong> ist ein Dienstprogramm zur Demonstration der
 Theorie der Konvolution. So kann es als ausgezeichnete Hilfe für Studenten
 der Signal- und Systemtheorie bei der Visualisierung des
@@ -519,8 +510,8 @@
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files
-may be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may be
+merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -550,10 +541,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system
-triple, and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are
-used as part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as part
+of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(coreutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -728,11 +719,11 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two files
-differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers where
-they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two
-files.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two files
+differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers where they
+differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.  Finally,
+<tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(dionysus|ALL):/" -->
@@ -755,9 +746,9 @@
 modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for different
 events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified external
 program with information about the event, such as the location within the
-file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo; provides an
-easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example,
-to track changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
+file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt> provides an easy way
+to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example, to track
+changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -913,12 +904,12 @@
 <h4 id="findutils">
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of the GNU
-system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: &lsquo;find&rsquo;
+system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: <tt>find</tt>
 recursively searches for files in a directory according to given criteria
-and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
-auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo; updates the file name
-database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply commands with
-arbitrarily long arguments.  <small>(<a
+and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
+auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt> updates the file name
+database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply commands with arbitrarily
+long arguments.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -973,10 +964,9 @@
   <a href="/software/freedink/">FreeDink</a></h4><p>
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine for the
 role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the original game
-data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or
-&lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
-managing all of your D-Mods.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
+data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.
+To that extent, it also includes a front-end for managing all of your
+D-Mods.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freefont|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1208,11 +1198,10 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept many
 options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both short
-(e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as
-specified by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the
-standard options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is
-generated automatically.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
+(e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified by the
+GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard options
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gettext|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1626,8 +1615,8 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the level
 of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is distributed,
-built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo; script helps
-with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
+built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt> script helps with
+using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
 licensing and maintenance-related files, for convenience.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -1982,7 +1971,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces formatted
 output based on formatting commands contained within the text.  It is
-usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.  <small>(<a
+usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2253,18 +2242,18 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the typical
-extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, it
-compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with
-&lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or &lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;,
-etc.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
+extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it compresses a
+single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with <tt>tar</tt>,
+resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(halifax|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around the
-&lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<tt>lpr</tt> command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(health|ALL):/" -->
@@ -2283,7 +2272,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.  It
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.  It
 serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such, it supports
 command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2293,8 +2282,8 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into
-a manual page automatically.  <small>(<a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a manual
+page automatically.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3258,11 +3247,10 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences laid
-out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to one
-or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
-several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
-applied differences.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
+out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to one or
+more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts several
+different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously applied
+differences.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(paxutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3334,13 +3322,23 @@
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.  It
-includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
-vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
-graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for
-plotting scientific data.  <small>(<a
+includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D vector
+graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector graphics
+animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for plotting
+scientific data.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not limited
+to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged
+procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data
+structures and to operate on them.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+
+<!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -3395,7 +3393,7 @@
 program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable. Threads are
 scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard preemptive way,
 such that they are managed according to priority and events.  However, Pth
-also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for
+also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (<tt>pthreads</tt>) for
 backwards compatibility.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -3443,8 +3441,8 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication and
 accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be performed in
-a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or credentials
-stored in an SQL database.  <small>(<a
+a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or credentials stored in
+an SQL database.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3667,9 +3665,8 @@
 many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to distribute
 with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of shell scripts.
 For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common commands
-&lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on systems
-that lack them.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems that lack
+them.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(sipwitch|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3881,13 +3878,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to
-manipulate the terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the
-cursor to a specific point, centering text or underlining text.
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is used to specify and set hardware tab stops on
-terminals that support it.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
+terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is used
+to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(teseq|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3938,10 +3934,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(thales|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="thales">
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
-<strong>GNU Thales</strong> stellt Makros zum Ausführen von Komponententests
-in Guile und Überprüfung der Stabilität der öffentlichen Schnittstelle von
-eigenen Modulen bereit. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/#thales">Handbuch</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
+checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.  This
+package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(time|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4033,14 +4029,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">VC-DWIM</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
-maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
-example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the
-ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed
-files and generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the
-changes that it detects.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of maintaining
+a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for example by
+printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the ChangeLog
+but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed files and
+generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the changes that it
+detects.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vcdimager|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4130,7 +4125,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a variety
-of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo; built-in
+of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt> built-in
 command.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -4205,4 +4200,4 @@
 Funktionsumfang. <small>(<a href="/manual/#zile">Handbuch</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.el.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.es.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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retrieving revision 1.77
diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.fa.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.fa.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.fi.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.4
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -19,24 +19,21 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (prononcez &lsquo;huit-sync&rsquo;) est une bibliothèque de
-programmation asynchrone pour GNU Guile. Elle se sert de continuations
-délimitées pour éviter les fonctions de retour embrouillées, ce qui donne 
un
-code clair, facile à lire et non bloquant.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
+library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid a
+mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(a2ps|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="a2ps">
   <a href="/software/a2ps/">a2ps</a></h4><p>
-GNU a2ps est capable de convertir presque tout au format PostScript, prêt à
-imprimer. Il le fait grâce à sa capacité à faire traiter les fichiers par
-d'autres programmes, comme Groff ou Gzip. Il prend en charge autant d'étapes
-que nécessaire pour effectuer l'« impression élégante »
-<cite>[pretty-printing]</cite> d'un fichier. Il a même quelques
-fonctionnalités supplémentaires pour des cas particuliers, comme
-l'impression élégante du résultat de la commande &lsquo;--help&rsquo;.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU a2ps converts almost anything to a PostScript file, ready for printing.
+It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to external handlers,
+such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as is necessary to produce
+a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some extra abilities for special
+cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt> output.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(acct|ALL):/" -->
@@ -146,10 +143,7 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="aspell">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell est un correcteur orthographique qui peut être utilisé à la fois
 comme bibliothèque et comme programme à part entière. Il se distingue par sa
 gestion des documents encodés en UTF-8, comme par sa capacité à utiliser
@@ -299,15 +293,11 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bc">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/bc/">bc</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-&lsquo;bc&rsquo; est un langage de calcul arithmétique multiprécision. Il
-comporte un environnement interactif pour l'évaluation d'expressions
-mathématiques. Sa syntaxe ressemble à celle du C, ce qui rend un usage
-basique aisé. Il contient aussi &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, un calculateur en notation
-polonaise inversée.  <small>(<a
+  <a href="/software/bc/">bc</a></h4><p>
+bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes an
+interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.  Its syntax
+is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also includes
+<tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -321,13 +311,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(binutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
-Les GNU Binutils sont des outils pour la manipulation de fichier
-binaires. &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, un éditeur de liens, et &lsquo;as&rsquo;, un
-assembleur, sont parmi les plus notables. D'autres outils permettent, entre
-autres, d'afficher les résultats du profilage d'un binaire, de lister les
-chaînes d'un fichier binaire, et de travailler sur des archives. La
-bibliothèque &lsquo;bfd&rsquo;, qui permet de travailler avec les
-exécutables et les formats objet, en fait aussi partie.  <small>(<a
+GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary files. Perhaps
+the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and <tt>as</tt>, an
+assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary profiling
+information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities for working
+with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with executable and
+object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -345,14 +334,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bool|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
-GNU Bool est un outil qui permet de faire des recherches dans des fichiers
-avec des opérateurs booléens. Par exemple, on peut chercher « bonjour AND
-monde », ce qui renverrait un fichier contenant la phrase « Bonjour, tout 
le
-monde ! » Il prend en charge les opérateurs AND et OR, ainsi que 
l'opérateur
-NEAR qui permet de chercher les occurrences adjacentes de deux mots. Il a
-une gestion fine du contexte, étant capable de prendre en compte les
-changements de ligne et de paragraphe. Il est aussi capable d'analyser avec
-fiabilité des fichiers HTML.  <small>(<a
+GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
+both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for the
+occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles context
+gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also has
+robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -375,12 +363,9 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="c-graph">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
+  <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo de c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph est un outil servant à illustrer la théorie des produits de
 convolution. De ce fait, il peut être utile aux étudiants de la théorie du
 signal et des systèmes, pour visualiser le processus de convolution. Plutôt
@@ -525,13 +510,11 @@
 <a href="/software/combine/">Combine</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU combine fusionne les fichiers basés sur une même clef dans une table de
-hachage. Il peut apparaître similaire à l'utilitaire standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo;, bien qu'il soit beaucoup plus puissant. Contrairement à
-&lsquo;join&rsquo;, &lsquo;combine&rsquo; peut fusionner tous les fichiers
-correspondant à la clef recherchée, quel que soit leur nombre. Il dispose
-aussi d'autres fonctionnalités avancées, comme l'analyse des dates et la
-traversée des répertoires.  <small>(<a
+GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
+can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may be
+merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
+features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -561,11 +544,9 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-Le script &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; essaye de deviner les trois
-caractéristiques canoniques du système hôte <cite>[triple]</cite> ;
-&lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; les vérifie et donne le résultat sous forme
-canonique. Ils sont utilisés dans le cadre de la configuration de presque
-tous les paquets GNU, et de beaucoup d'autres.  <small>(<a
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as part
+of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -740,13 +721,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(diffutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
-GNU Diffutils est un paquet contenant des outils de comparaison de
-fichiers. La commande &lsquo;diff&rsquo; est utilisée pour montrer les
-différences entre deux fichiers, tandis que &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; indique les
-lignes et positions de curseur où sont localisées les
-différences. &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; permet de comparer trois fichiers. Enfin
-&lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; est un outil interactif pour fusionner deux fichiers.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two files
+differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers where they
+differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.  Finally,
+<tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(dionysus|ALL):/" -->
@@ -766,15 +746,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(direvent|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="direvent">
   <a href="/software/direvent/">Direvent</a></h4><p>
-Un démon qui surveille des événements tels que la création, la suppression
-ou la modification de fichiers dans des répertoires. Il peut surveiller
-différents événements dans différents ensembles de répertoires. Quand un
-événement est détecté, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo; appelle un programme externe
-spécifié au préalable et lui communique l'information relative à
-l'événement, par exemple sa localisation dans le système de fichiers où il
-s'est produit. Ainsi, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo; permet de réagir immédiatement
-à tout changement d'un fichier. On peut suivre par exemple les changements
-des fichiers de configuration importants du système.  <small>(<a
+A daemon that monitors directories for events, such as creating, deleting or
+modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for different
+events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified external
+program with information about the event, such as the location within the
+file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt> provides an easy way
+to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example, to track
+changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -930,16 +908,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(findutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="findutils">
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
-Findutils fournit les utilitaires de base pour la recherche dans les
-répertoires du système GNU. Il comprend deux utilitaires de base :
-&lsquo;find&rsquo;, qui recherche de manière récursive dans un répertoire
-les fichiers répondant à un critère donné et &lsquo;locate&rsquo;, qui fait
-la liste des fichiers d'une base de données correspondant à une
-requête. Deux outils auxiliaires en font également partie :
-&lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;, qui met à jour la base de données des noms de
-fichiers et &lsquo;xargs&rsquo;, qui peut être utilisé pour exécuter des
-commandes sur des arguments de longueur arbitraire, par exemple une longue
-liste de noms de fichiers.  <small>(<a
+Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of the GNU
+system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: <tt>find</tt>
+recursively searches for files in a directory according to given criteria
+and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
+auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt> updates the file name
+database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply commands with arbitrarily
+long arguments.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -993,12 +968,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freedink|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="freedink">
   <a href="/software/freedink/">FreeDink</a></h4><p>
-GNU FreeDink est une nouvelle implémentation, libre et portable, du moteur
-du jeu de rôle Dink Smallwood. Il prend non seulement en charge les fichiers
-de données du jeu d'origine mais également les greffons produits par les
-utilisateurs, ou &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;. À cet effet, il inclut une interface
-pour la gestion de tous vos &lsquo;D-mods&rsquo;.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine for the
+role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the original game
+data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.
+To that extent, it also includes a front-end for managing all of your
+D-Mods.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freefont|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1227,15 +1201,14 @@
 <a href="/software/gengetopt/">Gengetopt</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Gengetopt génère une fonction en C/C++ pour analyser les options de
-ligne de commande à l'aide de la fonction getopt_long qu'on trouve dans GNU
-libc, ce qui diminue la monotonie de cette tâche pour les gros programmes
-qui acceptent beaucoup d'options. La fonction résultante peut analyser des
-options en format court (par exemple &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) ou long
-(&lsquo;--help&rsquo;), conformément aux normes GNU de codage. De plus, la
-sortie des options standards &lsquo;--help&rsquo; et &lsquo;--version&rsquo;
-est générée automatiquement.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Gengetopt is a program to generate a C/C++ function for parsing
+command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
+removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept many
+options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both short
+(e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified by the
+GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard options
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gettext|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1656,15 +1629,14 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gnulib|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="gnulib">
   <a href="/software/gnulib/">GNUlib</a></h4><p>
-Gnulib est un point central de l'infrastructure commune requise par les
-paquets GNU. Il fournit des fonctionnalités très variées telles que la
-portabilité sur de nombreux systèmes, la manipulation des chaînes Unicode,
-les calculs cryptographiques, et bien plus. Le code est conçu pour être
-partagé en tant que fichiers source plutôt que sous la forme d'une
-bibliothèque indépendante qui serait distribuée, compilée et installée. Le
-script &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;, qui en fait partie, aide à l'utilisation
-du code Gnulib au sein d'autres paquets. Par commodité, Gnulib inclut
-également des copies des fichiers de licence et de maintenance.  <small>(<a
+Gnulib is a central location for common infrastructure needed by GNU
+packages.  It provides a wide variety of functionality, e.g., portability
+across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
+computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the level
+of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is distributed,
+built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt> script helps with
+using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
+licensing and maintenance-related files, for convenience.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2027,11 +1999,10 @@
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/groff.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo de groff" />
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
-Groff est un logiciel de mise en page qui lit du texte brut et produit du
-texte formaté sur la base de commandes contenues dans le texte
-d'origine. C'est lui qui est utilisé habituellement pour la mise en forme
-des pages de documentation affichées par la commande &lsquo;man&rsquo;.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
+Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces formatted
+output based on formatting commands contained within the text.  It is
+usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(grub|ALL):/" -->
@@ -2306,21 +2277,18 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gzip|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
-GNU Gzip fournit des utilitaires de compression et décompression ; les
-fichiers produits ont en général l'extension
-&lsquo;.gz&rsquo;. Contrairement au format &lsquo;zip&rsquo;, il compresse
-un seul fichier ; par conséquent, il est souvent utilisé conjointement avec
-&lsquo;tar&rsquo;, ce qui donne des fichiers &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo;,
-&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.  <small>(<a
+GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the typical
+extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it compresses a
+single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with <tt>tar</tt>,
+resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(halifax|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
-HaliFAX permet d'envoyer et de recevoir des fax, et inclut une « enveloppe 
»
-<cite>[wrapper]</cite> autour de la commande &lsquo;lpr&rsquo;. Ce paquet
-est à la recherche d'un mainteneur.  <small>(<a
+HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around the
+<tt>lpr</tt> command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2339,18 +2307,19 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello affiche le message « Hello, world! » (Bonjour, tout le monde !) 
et
-s'arrête. Il sert d'exemple pour les normes de codage GNU. À ce effet, il
-possède des arguments de ligne de commande, est traduit en plusieurs
-langues, etc.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.  It
+serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such, it supports
+command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(help2man|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
-GNU help2man convertit automatiquement la sortie des arguments standards de
-ligne de commande &lsquo;--help&rsquo; et &lsquo;--version&rsquo; en page de
-manuel.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a manual
+page automatically.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hp2xx|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3329,13 +3298,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(patch|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
-Patch est un programme qui applique à des fichiers des modifications
-définies dans un fichier de différences généré typiquement par le 
programme
-&lsquo;diff&rsquo;. Les modifications peuvent être appliquées à un ou
-plusieurs fichiers, selon le contenu du fichier diff. Patch accepte
-plusieurs formats de différences. Il peut aussi servir à annuler des
-modifications appliquées précédemment.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
+Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences laid
+out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to one or
+more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts several
+different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously applied
+differences.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(paxutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3406,15 +3373,24 @@
 <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Plotutils est un paquet pour le tracé de courbes et l'infographie 2D. Il
-comprend une bibliothèque pour C et C++, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, servant à
-l'exportation de dessins vectoriels dans de nombreux formats de fichiers. Il
-permet aussi de faire des animations graphiques 2D. Le paquet contient
-également des programmes en ligne de commande pour les graphiques
-scientifiques.  <small>(<a
+GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.  It
+includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D vector
+graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector graphics
+animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for plotting
+scientific data.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not limited
+to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged
+procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data
+structures and to operate on them.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+
+<!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -3463,15 +3439,13 @@
   <a href="/software/pth/">Pth</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Pth est une bibliothèque portable qui ordonnance les fils d'exécution
-<cite>[threads]</cite> de processus multiprogrammés, de manière non
-préemptive et en se basant sur leur priorité. Chaque fil est doté d'un
-compteur ordinal, d'une pile d'exécution, d'un masque et d'une variable
-errno qui lui sont propres. Les fils sont ordonnancés de manière coopérative
-plutôt que de la manière préemptive habituelle, de sorte qu'ils sont gérés
-d'après leur priorité et d'après les événements. Cependant, Pth émule
-également les fils POSIX.1c (&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) pour assurer la
-rétrocompatibilité.  <small>(<a
+GNU Pth is a portable library providing non-preemptive, priority-based
+scheduling for multiple execution threads.  Each thread has its own
+program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable. Threads are
+scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard preemptive way,
+such that they are managed according to priority and events.  However, Pth
+also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (<tt>pthreads</tt>) for
+backwards compatibility.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3516,15 +3490,11 @@
 <a href="/software/radius/">Radius</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<abbr title="Remote Authentication Dial In User Service">Radius</abbr> est
-un serveur d'authentification et de comptabilisation
-[<cite>accounting</cite> – journalisation des accès et éventuellement
-facturation] pour les connexions distantes. D'une manière générale, il est
-utile pour des réseaux qui ont besoin de services d'authentification et de
-comptabilisation centralisés pour leurs postes de
-travail. L'authentification peut se faire par des moyens variés, par exemple
-les mots de passe de &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; ou des identifiants stockés
-dans une base de données SQL.  <small>(<a
+Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
+generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication and
+accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be performed in
+a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or credentials stored in
+an SQL database.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3747,13 +3717,12 @@
 <a href="/software/shtool/">Shtool</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU shtool est un outil shell polyvalent. Il possède les fonctionnalités de
-nombreuses commandes, et constitue un outil unique pouvant être inclus dans
-les distributions de code source pour assurer la portabilité des scripts
-shell. Par exemple, shtools peut remplacer les commandes habituelles
-&lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; ou &lsquo;echo&rsquo; sur les
-systèmes qui en sont dépourvus.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU shtool is a multipurpose shell tool.  It can perform the functions of
+many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to distribute
+with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of shell scripts.
+For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common commands
+<tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems that lack
+them.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(sipwitch|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3973,13 +3942,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-Le paquet GNU Termutils contient deux programmes, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; et
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;. &lsquo;tput&rsquo; est utilisé dans les scripts shell
-pour manipuler l'affichage du terminal, par exemple pour l'effacer ou
-déplacer le curseur vers un point déterminé, centrer le texte ou le
-souligner. &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; est utilisé pour définir et régler les arrêts
-de tabulation sur les terminaux qui ont cette fonctionnalité.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
+terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is used
+to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(teseq|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4029,9 +3997,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(thales|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="thales">
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
-GNU Thales fournit des macros pour effectuer des tests unitaires dans Guile
-et pour vérifier la stabilité de l'interface publique de vos modules.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
+checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.  This
+package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(time|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4123,16 +4092,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-Le paquet vc-dwim contient deux outils, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; et
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; simplifie la maintenance du
-<cite>changelog</cite> (journal des modifications) quand on utilise en même
-temps un système de gestion de versions, par exemple en affichant un rappel
-quand une modification faite sur un fichier a été décrite dans le changelog
-mais qu'elle n'a pas été ajoutée au gestionnaire de
-versions. &lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo; scanne les fichiers modifiés et génère des
-rubriques de changelog conformes aux standards, en se basant sur les
-changements détectés.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of maintaining
+a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for example by
+printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the ChangeLog
+but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed files and
+generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the changes that it
+detects.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vcdimager|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4221,9 +4187,9 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(which|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
-Le programme which localise les exécutables dans le PATH, avec de nombreuses
-options. C'est une alternative à la commande shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a variety
+of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt> built-in
+command.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(xaos|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4298,4 +4264,4 @@
 href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
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 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.hr.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:54 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.id.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.id.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

Index: server/home-pkgblurbs.it.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /web/www/www/server/home-pkgblurbs.it.html,v
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retrieving revision 1.77
diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.it.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.it.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.ja.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.148
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 
 
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid a
 mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
 It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to external handlers,
 such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as is necessary to produce
 a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some extra abilities for special
-cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo; output.  <small>(<a
+cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt> output.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -114,10 +114,7 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="aspell">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 
Aspellはライブラリとして使うかスタンドアロンのプログラãƒ
 
として使えるスペルチェッカです。Aspellの主な特徴は、UTF-8エンコーディングで書かれた文書を完å
…
¨ã«ã‚µãƒãƒ¼ãƒˆã—、個人的な辞書を含めて、複数の辞書を扱う機能があることです。<small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#aspell">ドキュメント</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -224,14 +221,11 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bc">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes an
 interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.  Its syntax
 is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also includes
-&lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
+<tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -246,11 +240,11 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary files. Perhaps
-the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and &lsquo;as&rsquo;, an
+the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and <tt>as</tt>, an
 assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary profiling
 information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities for working
-with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with executable
-and object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
+with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with executable and
+object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -266,12 +260,12 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It
-supports both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search
-for the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
-context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also
-has robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
+both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for the
+occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles context
+gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also has
+robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -287,12 +281,9 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="c-graph">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
+  <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="graphのロゴ" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU
 
C-Graphは、畳込み理論のデモを行うツールです。信号処理やシステãƒ
 
理論の学生向けに畳込みプロセスの視覚化をするのに大変役立ちます。学生に強制的にコードを書かせるのではなく、このプログラãƒ
 
は直感的なインタフェースをそれをガイドするインタラクティブなダイアログとともに提供します。<small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#c-graph">ドキュメント</a>)</small></p>
@@ -406,8 +397,8 @@
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files
-may be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may be
+merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -432,10 +423,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system
-triple, and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are
-used as part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as part
+of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(coreutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -574,11 +565,11 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two files
-differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers where
-they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two
-files.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two files
+differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers where they
+differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.  Finally,
+<tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(dionysus|ALL):/" -->
@@ -599,9 +590,9 @@
 modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for different
 events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified external
 program with information about the event, such as the location within the
-file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo; provides an
-easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example,
-to track changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
+file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt> provides an easy way
+to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example, to track
+changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -716,12 +707,12 @@
 <h4 id="findutils">
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of the GNU
-system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: &lsquo;find&rsquo;
+system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: <tt>find</tt>
 recursively searches for files in a directory according to given criteria
-and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
-auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo; updates the file name
-database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply commands with
-arbitrarily long arguments.  <small>(<a
+and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
+auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt> updates the file name
+database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply commands with arbitrarily
+long arguments.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -767,10 +758,9 @@
   <a href="/software/freedink/">FreeDink</a></h4><p>
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine for the
 role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the original game
-data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or
-&lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
-managing all of your D-Mods.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
+data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.
+To that extent, it also includes a front-end for managing all of your
+D-Mods.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freefont|ALL):/" -->
@@ -942,11 +932,10 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept many
 options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both short
-(e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as
-specified by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the
-standard options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is
-generated automatically.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
+(e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified by the
+GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard options
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gettext|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1267,8 +1256,8 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the level
 of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is distributed,
-built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo; script helps
-with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
+built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt> script helps with
+using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
 licensing and maintenance-related files, for convenience.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -1542,7 +1531,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces formatted
 output based on formatting commands contained within the text.  It is
-usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.  <small>(<a
+usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1757,18 +1746,18 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the typical
-extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, it
-compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with
-&lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or &lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;,
-etc.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
+extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it compresses a
+single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with <tt>tar</tt>,
+resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(halifax|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around the
-&lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<tt>lpr</tt> command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(health|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1782,7 +1771,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.  It
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.  It
 serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such, it supports
 command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -1792,8 +1781,8 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into
-a manual page automatically.  <small>(<a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a manual
+page automatically.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2552,11 +2541,10 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences laid
-out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to one
-or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
-several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
-applied differences.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
+out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to one or
+more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts several
+different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously applied
+differences.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(paxutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -2617,13 +2605,23 @@
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.  It
-includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
-vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
-graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for
-plotting scientific data.  <small>(<a
+includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D vector
+graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector graphics
+animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for plotting
+scientific data.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not limited
+to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged
+procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data
+structures and to operate on them.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+
+<!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -2672,7 +2670,7 @@
 program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable. Threads are
 scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard preemptive way,
 such that they are managed according to priority and events.  However, Pth
-also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for
+also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (<tt>pthreads</tt>) for
 backwards compatibility.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
@@ -2710,8 +2708,8 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication and
 accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be performed in
-a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or credentials
-stored in an SQL database.  <small>(<a
+a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or credentials stored in
+an SQL database.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2882,9 +2880,8 @@
 many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to distribute
 with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of shell scripts.
 For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common commands
-&lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on systems
-that lack them.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems that lack
+them.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(sipwitch|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3049,13 +3046,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to
-manipulate the terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the
-cursor to a specific point, centering text or underlining text.
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is used to specify and set hardware tab stops on
-terminals that support it.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
+terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is used
+to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(teseq|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3092,9 +3088,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(thales|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="thales">
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
-GNU Thales
-はGuileにおいて、ユニットテスティングを実行するマクロを提供し、モジュールのパブリックインタフェースの安定性をチェックします。<small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#thales">ドキュメント</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
+checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.  This
+package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(time|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3171,14 +3168,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
-maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
-example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the
-ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed
-files and generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the
-changes that it detects.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of maintaining
+a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for example by
+printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the ChangeLog
+but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed files and
+generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the changes that it
+detects.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vcdimager|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3255,7 +3251,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a variety
-of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo; built-in
+of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt> built-in
 command.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3319,4 +3315,4 @@
 href="/manual/manual.html#zile">ドキュメント</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.lt.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.56
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.ml.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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diff -u -b -r1.3 -r1.4
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.ms.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.3
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.ms.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.4
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.nb.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.nl.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.nl.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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===================================================================
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retrieving revision 1.77
diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.pl.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:41 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.pl.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 
 
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
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+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -19,22 +19,21 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronuncia-se “eit-sinc”) é uma biblioteca de programação 
assíncrona
-para o GNU Guile. Ela faz uso de continuações delimitadas para evitar uma
-confusão de retornos de chamada, resultando em um código limpo, fácil de ler
-e sem bloqueio.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
+library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid a
+mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(a2ps|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="a2ps">
   <a href="/software/a2ps/">a2ps</a></h4><p>
-GNU a2ps converte quase tudo em um arquivo PostScript, pronto para
-impressão. Ele consegue isso delegando arquivos a manipuladores externos,
-como Groff e Gzip. Ele lida com tantas etapas quantas forem necessárias para
-produzir um arquivo impresso bem formatado. Também inclui algumas
-habilidades extras para casos especiais, como a saída “--help” de 
impressão
-bem formatada.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU a2ps converts almost anything to a PostScript file, ready for printing.
+It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to external handlers,
+such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as is necessary to produce
+a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some extra abilities for special
+cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt> output.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(acct|ALL):/" -->
@@ -142,10 +141,7 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="aspell">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell é um verificador ortográfico que pode ser usado como uma biblioteca
 ou como um programa autônomo. Os recursos notáveis do Aspell incluem seu
 suporte total a documentos escritos na codificação UTF-8 e sua capacidade de
@@ -288,14 +284,11 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bc">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-bc é uma linguagem de processamento numérico de precisão arbitrária. Inclui
-um ambiente interativo para avaliação de declarações matemáticas. Sua
-sintaxe é semelhante à do C, portanto, o uso básico é familiar. Também
-inclui “dc”, uma calculadora de polimento inverso.  <small>(<a
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
+bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes an
+interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.  Its syntax
+is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also includes
+<tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,13 +302,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(binutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
-GNU Binutils é uma coleção de ferramentas para trabalhar com arquivos
-binários. Talvez os mais notáveis sejam “ld”, um vinculador <i
-lang="en">(linker)</i> e “as”, um montador <i>(assembler)</i>. Outras
-ferramentas incluem programas para exibir informações de perfil binário,
-listar as sequências de caracteres em um arquivo binário e utilitários para
-trabalhar com arquivos. A biblioteca “bfd” para trabalhar com formatos
-executáveis e de objetos também está incluída.  <small>(<a
+GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary files. Perhaps
+the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and <tt>as</tt>, an
+assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary profiling
+information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities for working
+with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with executable and
+object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -333,13 +325,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bool|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
-GNU Bool é um utilitário para realizar pesquisas de texto em arquivos usando
-expressões booleanas. Por exemplo, uma pesquisa por “hello AND world”
-retornaria um arquivo contendo a frase “Hello, world!”. Há suporte às
-instruções AND e OR, bem como a instrução NEAR para procurar a ocorrência 
de
-palavras próximas umas das outras. Ele manipula o contexto de maneira
-elegante, respondendo por novas linhas e alterações de parágrafo. Ele 
também
-possui suporte robusto para analisar arquivos HTML.  <small>(<a
+GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
+both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for the
+occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles context
+gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also has
+robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#bool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -360,12 +352,9 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="c-graph">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
+  <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo do c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph é uma ferramenta para demonstrar a teoria da convolução. Assim,
 pode servir como uma excelente ajuda para estudantes de teoria de sinais e
 sistemas na visualização do processo de convolução. Em vez de forçar o 
aluno
@@ -500,12 +489,11 @@
 <a href="/software/combine/">Combine</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU combine trabalha para mesclar arquivos baseados em uma chave comum em
-uma tabela de hash. Ele pode ser visto como similar, embora muito mais
-poderoso que, o utilitário padrão “join”. Ao contrário de “join”, 
qualquer
-número de arquivos pode ser mesclado com base nas correspondências
-encontradas. O Combine também possui outros recursos avançados, como análise
-de data e passagem de diretório.  <small>(<a
+GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
+can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may be
+merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
+features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -533,9 +521,9 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-O script “config.guess” tenta adivinhar um sistema canônico triplo e
-“config.sub” valida e canoniza. Estes são usados como parte da 
configuração
-em quase todos os pacotes GNU (e muitos outros).  <small>(<a
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as part
+of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -707,11 +695,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(diffutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
-GNU Diffutils é um pacote contendo ferramentas para encontrar as diferenças
-entre os arquivos. O comando “diff” é usado para mostrar como dois 
arquivos
-diferem, enquanto “cmp” mostra os deslocamentos e os números de linha onde
-eles diferem. “diff3” permite comparar três arquivos. Finalmente, o 
“sdiff”
-oferece um meio interativo para mesclar dois arquivos.  <small>(<a
+GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two files
+differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers where they
+differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.  Finally,
+<tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -732,14 +720,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(direvent|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="direvent">
   <a href="/software/direvent/">Direvent</a></h4><p>
-Um daemon que monitora diretórios para eventos, como criar, excluir ou
-modificar arquivos. Pode monitorar diferentes conjuntos de diretórios para
-diferentes eventos. Quando um evento é detectado, direvent chama um programa
-externo especificado com informações sobre o evento, como o local dentro do
-sistema de arquivos em que ocorreu. Assim, “direvent” fornece uma maneira
-fácil de reagir imediatamente se determinados arquivos sofrerem alterações,
-por exemplo, para rastrear alterações em arquivos importantes de
-configuração do sistema.  <small>(<a
+A daemon that monitors directories for events, such as creating, deleting or
+modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for different
+events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified external
+program with information about the event, such as the location within the
+file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt> provides an easy way
+to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example, to track
+changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -889,14 +876,14 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(findutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="findutils">
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
-Findutils fornece os utilitários básicos de pesquisa de diretório de
-arquivos do sistema GNU. Ele consiste em dois utilitários de pesquisa
-primários: “find” pesquisa recursivamente arquivos em um diretório de 
acordo
-com critérios determinados e “locate” lista arquivos em um banco de dados
-que correspondem a uma consulta. Duas ferramentas auxiliares são incluídas:
-“updatedb” atualiza o banco de dados de nomes de arquivos e “xargs” 
pode ser
-usado para aplicar comandos com argumentos arbitrariamente longos.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of the GNU
+system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: <tt>find</tt>
+recursively searches for files in a directory according to given criteria
+and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
+auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt> updates the file name
+database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply commands with arbitrarily
+long arguments.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(fisicalab|ALL):/" -->
@@ -945,12 +932,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freedink|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="freedink">
   <a href="/software/freedink/">FreeDink</a></h4><p>
-GNU FreeDink é uma reimplementação livre e portátil do mecanismo para o RPG
-Dink Smallwood. Ele oferece suporte a não apenas os arquivos de dados
-originais do jogo, mas também a mods de jogo produzidos pelo usuário ou
-“D-Mods”. Nesta medida, também inclui um front-end para gerenciar todos os
-seus D-Mods.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine for the
+role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the original game
+data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.
+To that extent, it also includes a front-end for managing all of your
+D-Mods.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freefont|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1166,14 +1152,14 @@
 <a href="/software/gengetopt/">Gengetopt</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Gengetopt é um programa para gerar uma função C/C++ para analisar 
opções
-de linha de comando usando a função getopt_long encontrada no GNU libc,
-removendo parte do tédio desta tarefa para programas grandes que aceitam
-muitas opções. As opções analisadas pela função gerada podem estar nos
-formatos curto (por exemplo, “-h”) e longo (“--help”), conforme 
especificado
-pelos padrões de codificação GNU. Além disso, a saída das opções padrão
-“--help” e “--version” é gerada automaticamente.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Gengetopt is a program to generate a C/C++ function for parsing
+command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
+removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept many
+options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both short
+(e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified by the
+GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard options
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gettext|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1566,15 +1552,15 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gnulib|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="gnulib">
   <a href="/software/gnulib/">GNUlib</a></h4><p>
-Gnulib é um local central para infraestrutura comum necessária para pacotes
-GNU. Ele fornece uma ampla variedade de funcionalidades, por exemplo,
-portabilidade em muitos sistemas, trabalhando com strings Unicode,
-computação criptográfica e muito mais. O código destina-se a ser
-compartilhado no nível dos arquivos de origem, em vez de ser uma biblioteca
-independente distribuída, criada e instalada. O script “gnulib-tool”
-incluído ajuda a usar o código Gnulib em outros pacotes. O Gnulib também
-inclui cópias de licenças e arquivos relacionados à manutenção, por
-conveniência.  <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">doc</a>)</small></p>
+Gnulib is a central location for common infrastructure needed by GNU
+packages.  It provides a wide variety of functionality, e.g., portability
+across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
+computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the level
+of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is distributed,
+built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt> script helps with
+using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
+licensing and maintenance-related files, for convenience.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gnumach|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1913,9 +1899,9 @@
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/groff.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo do groff" />
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
-Groff é um pacote de composição que lê texto simples e produz saída
-formatada com base nos comandos de formatação contidos no texto. Geralmente
-é o formatador das páginas de documentação do “man”.  <small>(<a
+Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces formatted
+output based on formatting commands contained within the text.  It is
+usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2180,19 +2166,19 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gzip|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
-GNU Gzip fornece utilitários de compactação e descompactação de dados; a
-extensão típica é “.gz”. Ao contrário do formato “zip”, ele 
compacta um
-único arquivo; como resultado, é frequentemente usado em conjunto com 
“tar”,
-resultando em “.tar.gz” ou “.tgz”, etc.  <small>(<a
+GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the typical
+extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it compresses a
+single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with <tt>tar</tt>,
+resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(halifax|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
-HaliFAX oferece suporte ao envio e à visualização de faxes, incluindo um
-wrapper em torno do comando “lpr”. Este pacote está procurando por um
-mantenedor.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
+HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around the
+<tt>lpr</tt> command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(health|ALL):/" -->
@@ -2209,18 +2195,18 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello imprime a mensagem “Olá, mundo!” e depois sai. Ele serve como um
-exemplo de práticas de codificação GNU padrão. Como tal, ele oferece 
suporte
-a argumentos de linha de comando, vários idiomas e assim por diante.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.  It
+serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such, it supports
+command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(help2man|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
-GNU help2man é um programa que converte a saída dos argumentos de linha de
-comando padrão “--help“ e “--version” em uma página de manual
-automaticamente.  <small>(<a
+GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a manual
+page automatically.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3161,12 +3147,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(patch|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
-Patch é um programa que aplica mudanças a arquivos baseados em diferenças
-estabelecidas pelo programa “diff”. As alterações podem ser aplicadas a 
um
-ou mais arquivos, dependendo do conteúdo do arquivo diff. Aceita vários
-formatos diferentes de diferenças. Também pode ser usado para reverter
-diferenças aplicadas anteriormente.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
+Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences laid
+out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to one or
+more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts several
+different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously applied
+differences.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(paxutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3237,14 +3222,24 @@
 <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Plotutils é um pacote para plotagem e trabalho com gráficos 2D. Inclui
-uma biblioteca, “libplot”, para C e C++ para exportar gráficos vetoriais 
2D
-em muitos formatos de arquivo. Ele também tem suporte para animações de
-gráficos vetoriais 2D. O pacote também contém programas de linha de comando
-para plotar dados científicos.  <small>(<a
+GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.  It
+includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D vector
+graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector graphics
+animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for plotting
+scientific data.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not limited
+to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged
+procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data
+structures and to operate on them.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+
+<!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -3292,14 +3287,14 @@
   <a href="/software/pth/">Pth</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Pth é uma biblioteca portátil que fornece agendamento não preventivo e
-prioritário para múltiplos threads de execução. Cada thread tem seu 
próprio
-contador de programa, pilha de tempo de execução, máscara de sinal e
-variável errno. As threads são agendadas de forma cooperativa, em vez de na
-forma preventiva padrão, de modo que elas sejam gerenciadas de acordo com a
-prioridade e os eventos. No entanto, Pth também apresenta emulação de
-threads POSIX.1c (“pthreads”) para compatibilidade com versões anteriores.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Pth is a portable library providing non-preemptive, priority-based
+scheduling for multiple execution threads.  Each thread has its own
+program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable. Threads are
+scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard preemptive way,
+such that they are managed according to priority and events.  However, Pth
+also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (<tt>pthreads</tt>) for
+backwards compatibility.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(pyconfigure|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3343,11 +3338,11 @@
 <a href="/software/radius/">Radius</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-Radius é um servidor para autenticação e contabilidade de usuários
-remotos. Geralmente é útil para redes que exigem serviços centralizados de
-autenticação e contabilidade para suas estações de trabalho. A 
autenticação
-pode ser executada de várias maneiras, como, por exemplo, “/etc/passwd” ou
-credenciais armazenadas em um banco de dados SQL.  <small>(<a
+Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
+generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication and
+accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be performed in
+a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or credentials stored in
+an SQL database.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3563,12 +3558,12 @@
 <a href="/software/shtool/">Shtool</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU shtool é uma ferramenta de shell multiuso. Ele pode executar as funções
-de muitos comandos diferentes, a fim de fornecer uma única ferramenta para
-distribuir com uma distribuição de origem, a fim de garantir a portabilidade
-dos scripts de shell. Por exemplo, o shtool pode executar as tarefas dos
-comandos comuns “install”, “mkdir” ou “echo” nos sistemas que não 
os
-possuem.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
+GNU shtool is a multipurpose shell tool.  It can perform the functions of
+many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to distribute
+with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of shell scripts.
+For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common commands
+<tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems that lack
+them.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(sipwitch|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3775,13 +3770,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-O pacote GNU Termutils contém dois programas, “tput” e “tabs”. 
“tput” é
-usado em scripts de shell para manipular a exibição do terminal, por
-exemplo, limpando-o ou movendo o cursor para um ponto específico,
-centralizando o texto ou sublinhando o texto. “tabs” é usado para
-especificar e definir paradas de tabulação de hardware em terminais aos
-quais há suporte.  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
+terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is used
+to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(teseq|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3829,8 +3823,9 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(thales|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="thales">
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
-GNU Thales fornece macros para realizar testes unitários no Guile e para
-verificar a estabilidade da interface pública de seus módulos.  <small>(<a
+GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
+checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.  This
+package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3921,13 +3916,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-O pacote vc-dwim contém duas ferramentas, “vc-dwim” e “vc-chlog”. O 
vc-dwim
-é uma ferramenta que simplifica a tarefa de manter um ChangeLog e usar o
-controle de versão ao mesmo tempo, por exemplo, imprimindo um lembrete
-quando uma alteração de arquivo foi descrita no ChangeLog, mas o arquivo não
-foi adicionado ao VC. O vc-chlog varre os arquivos alterados e gera entradas
-de ChangeLog compatíveis com os padrões, com base nas alterações que ele
-detecta.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of maintaining
+a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for example by
+printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the ChangeLog
+but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed files and
+generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the changes that it
+detects.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vcdimager|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4012,9 +4007,9 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(which|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
-O programa que encontra a localização dos executáveis no PATH, com uma
-variedade de opções. É uma alternativa ao comando interno shell “type”.
-<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
+The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a variety
+of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt> built-in
+command.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(xaos|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4085,4 +4080,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
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 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
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(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf">
   <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -19,22 +19,21 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync представляет асинхронную библиотеку 
программирования для GNU
-Guile. Она пользуется ограниченными 
продолжениями для избежания путаницы
-обратных вызовов. В результате получается 
простые и понятные неблокирующие
-программы. <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">док</a>)</small></p>
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
+library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid a
+mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(a2ps|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="a2ps">
   <a href="/software/a2ps/">a2ps</a></h4><p>
-GNU a2ps преобразует почти все что угодно в 
файл PostScript, готовый к
-распечатке. Программа осуществляет это, 
передавая файлы внешним
-обработчикам, таким как Groff и Gzip. Она 
выполняет столько шагов, сколько
-нужно для подготовки отформатированного 
файла. В ней есть также
-дополнительные возможности для особых 
случаев, например форматирования
-вывода &lsquo;--help&rsquo;. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU a2ps converts almost anything to a PostScript file, ready for printing.
+It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to external handlers,
+such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as is necessary to produce
+a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some extra abilities for special
+cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt> output.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(acct|ALL):/" -->
@@ -141,10 +140,7 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="aspell">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell&nbsp;&mdash; программа проверки орфографии, 
которую можно применять
 либо как библиотеку, либо как отдельную 
программу. К отличительным
 особенностям Aspell относятся полная 
поддержка документов, написанных в
@@ -286,15 +282,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bc">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-bc&nbsp;&mdash; язык численной обработки с 
произвольной точностью. В него
-входит интерактивная среда для вычисления 
математических выражений. Его
-синтаксис сходен с Си, так что пользование 
в основном не вызывает
-затруднений. В пакет входит также 
&lsquo;dc&rsquo;, калькулятор с обратной
-польской нотацией. <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#bc">док</a>)</small></p>
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
+bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes an
+interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.  Its syntax
+is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also includes
+<tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bfd|ALL):/" -->
@@ -307,14 +300,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(binutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
-GNU Binutils&nbsp;&mdash; набор средств работы с 
двоичными
-файлами. Наверное, наиболее значительные 
из них&nbsp;&mdash;
-&lsquo;ld&rsquo;, редактор связей, и &lsquo;as&rsquo;, 
ассемблер. Среди
-других средств&nbsp;&mdash; программы для 
отображения двоичной отладочной
-информации, перечисления строк в двоичном 
файле, а также утилиты для работы
-с архивами. В состав пакета входит также 
библиотека &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; для
-работы с исполняемыми и объектными 
форматами. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary files. Perhaps
+the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and <tt>as</tt>, an
+assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary profiling
+information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities for working
+with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with executable and
+object formats is also included.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bison|ALL):/" -->
@@ -332,14 +324,14 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bool|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
-GNU Bool&nbsp;&mdash; программа для текстового 
поиска в файлах с помощью
-булевских выражений. Например, поиск 
&lsquo;здравствуй AND мир&rsquo;
-покажет файл, содержащий фразу 
<cite>Здравствуй, мир!</cite>. Она
-поддерживает выражения AND и OR, а также 
выражение NEAR для поиска слов,
-близко расположенных друг к другу. Она 
устойчиво работает при
-переформатировании, например изменениях в 
разбивке на строки и абзацы. В ней
-есть также отлаженная поддержка формата 
HTML. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#bool">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
+both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for the
+occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles context
+gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.  It also has
+robust support for parsing HTML files.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#bool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bpel2owfn|ALL):/" -->
@@ -359,12 +351,9 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="c-graph">
-  <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-<img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
+  <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="эмблема C-Graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph&nbsp;&mdash; наглядное пособие для теории 
сверток. Таким
 образом, она может служить прекрасным 
подспорьем всем изучающим теорию
 сигналов и систем, демонстрируя процесс 
свертки. Вместо того, чтобы
@@ -500,13 +489,12 @@
 <a href="/software/combine/">Combine</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-Программа GNU combine предназначена для 
слияния файлов по общему ключу в
-ассоциативной таблице. Ее можно 
рассматривать как подобие, хотя более
-мощное, стандартной программы &lsquo;join&rsquo;. В 
отличие от
-&lsquo;join&rsquo;, можно сливать любое число 
файлов по найденным
-совпадениям. В программе есть также другие 
передовые возможности, такие как
-чтение дат и обход каталогов. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#combine">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
+can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may be
+merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
+features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(commoncpp|ALL):/" -->
@@ -534,11 +522,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-Программа &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; пытается угадать 
канонический триплет
-системы, а &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; проверяет 
корректности и приводит к
-каноническому виду. Они применяются в 
качестве части системы
-конфигурирования почти всех пакетов GNU (и 
многих других).  <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#config">док</a>)</small></p>
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as part
+of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(coreutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -705,13 +692,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(diffutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
-GNU Diffutils&nbsp;&mdash; пакет, содержащий средства 
для нахождения
-различий между файлами. Команда &lsquo;diff&rsquo; 
применяется, чтобы
-показать, чем различаются два файла, 
&lsquo;cmp&rsquo; показывает расстояние
-от начала файла и номера строк, в которых 
они
-различаются. &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; позволяет 
сравнивать три файла. Наконец,
-&lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; представляет собой 
интерактивное средство слияния двух
-файлов. <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two files
+differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers where they
+differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.  Finally,
+<tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(dionysus|ALL):/" -->
@@ -731,14 +717,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(direvent|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="direvent">
   <a href="/software/direvent/">Direvent</a></h4><p>
-Демон, который следит такими событиями в 
каталогах, как создание, удаление
-или изменение файлов. Он может отслеживать 
разные события в разных
-множествах каталогов. Когда обнаружено 
событие, direvent вызывает указанную
-внешнюю программу со сведениями о событии, 
такими как место в файловой
-системе, где событие произошло. Таким 
образом, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
-предоставляет простой способ немедленно 
реагировать, если данные файлы
-претерпевают изменения, например, чтобы 
отслеживать изменения в важных
-файлах конфигурации системы. <small>(<a
+A daemon that monitors directories for events, such as creating, deleting or
+modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for different
+events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified external
+program with information about the event, such as the location within the
+file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt> provides an easy way
+to react immediately if given files undergo changes, for example, to track
+changes in important system configuration files.  <small>(<a
 href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -891,14 +876,14 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(findutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="findutils">
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
-Findutils предоставляет основные программы 
поиска файлов по каталогам в
-системе GNU. Пакет состоит из двух первичных 
программ поиска:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; рекурсивно ищет файлы в 
каталоге по заданным критериям, а
-&lsquo;locate&rsquo; перечисляет файлы в базе данных
 в соответствии с
-запросом. В пакет входят два 
вспомогательных средства:
-&lsquo;updatedb&rsquo; обновляет файловую базу 
данных, а &lsquo;xargs&rsquo;
-можно применять для вызова команд с 
произвольными аргументами. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">док</a>)</small></p>
+Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of the GNU
+system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities: <tt>find</tt>
+recursively searches for files in a directory according to given criteria
+and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that match a query.  Two
+auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt> updates the file name
+database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply commands with arbitrarily
+long arguments.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(fisicalab|ALL):/" -->
@@ -947,12 +932,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freedink|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="freedink">
   <a href="/software/freedink/">FreeDink</a></h4><p>
-GNU FreeDink&nbsp;&mdash; свободная и переносимая 
реализация библиотеки для
-ролевой игры Dink Smallwood. Она поддерживает не 
только первоначальные файлы
-данных игры, но также создаваемые 
пользователем файлы,
-&lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;. В связи с этим она включает 
также интерфейс для
-манипуляции всеми вашими D-Mods. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine for the
+role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the original game
+data files but it also supports user-produced game mods or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.
+To that extent, it also includes a front-end for managing all of your
+D-Mods.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(freefont|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1170,15 +1154,14 @@
 <a href="/software/gengetopt/">Gengetopt</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Gengetopt&nbsp;&mdash; программа, генерирующая 
функцию C/C++ для разбора
-аргументов командной строки с помощью 
функции getopt_long из библиотеки GNU
-libc. Она делает эту задачу несколько менее 
утомительной для крупных
-программ, которые распознают много 
аргументов. Аргументы могут быть как в
-краткой (напр., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;), так и в 
развернутой (напр.,
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) форме, в соответствии со 
стандартами программирования
-GNU. Кроме того, вывод для стандартных 
аргументов, &lsquo;--help&rsquo; и
-&lsquo;--version&rsquo;, генерируется 
автоматически.<small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Gengetopt is a program to generate a C/C++ function for parsing
+command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
+removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept many
+options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both short
+(e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified by the
+GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard options
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gettext|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1572,16 +1555,15 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gnulib|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="gnulib">
   <a href="/software/gnulib/">GNUlib</a></h4><p>
-GNUlib&nbsp;&mdash; средоточие общей 
инфраструктуры для пакетов
-GNU. Библиотека обеспечивает широкий спектр 
функций, например переносимость
-между многими системами, работу со 
строками Unicode, криптографические
-вычисления и многое другое. Программы 
предназначены для применения на уровне
-файлов исходных текстов, а не в качестве 
отдельной библиотеки, которая
-распространяется, собирается и 
устанавливается. Входящая в состав 
библиотеки
-программа &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo; помогает 
применять программы GNUlib в
-других пакетах. В GNUlib включены также для 
удобства копии файлов, связанных
-с лицензированием и поддержкой. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">док</a>)</small></p>
+Gnulib is a central location for common infrastructure needed by GNU
+packages.  It provides a wide variety of functionality, e.g., portability
+across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
+computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the level
+of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is distributed,
+built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt> script helps with
+using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also includes copies of
+licensing and maintenance-related files, for convenience.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#gnulib">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gnumach|ALL):/" -->
@@ -1929,11 +1911,10 @@
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/groff.250x100.png" style="height:1.3em"
        alt="эмблема groff" />
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
-Groff&nbsp;&mdash; пакет верстки, который читает 
простой текст и форматирует
-его в соответствии с командами 
форматирования, которые в нем
-содержатся. Обычно с его помощью 
форматируют страницы документации
-&lsquo;man&rsquo;. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#groff">док</a>)</small></p>
+Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces formatted
+output based on formatting commands contained within the text.  It is
+usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(grub|ALL):/" -->
@@ -2191,21 +2172,19 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(gzip|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
-GNU Gzip реализует сжатие и восстановление 
сжатых данных; типичное
-расширение файлов&nbsp;&mdash; &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;. В 
отличие от формата
-&lsquo;zip&rsquo;, gzip сжимает единственный файл; в 
результате программу
-часто применяют в сочетании с &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, 
что дает
-&lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; или &lsquo;.tgz&rsquo; и т.п. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the typical
+extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it compresses a
+single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction with <tt>tar</tt>,
+resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(halifax|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
-HaliFAX осуществляет отправку и просмотр 
факсимильных сообщений, включая в
-себя числе оболочку для команды &lsquo;lpr&rsquo;. 
Этот пакет нуждается в
-ответственном разработчике. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">док</a>)</small></p>
+HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around the
+<tt>lpr</tt> command.  This package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(health|ALL):/" -->
@@ -2223,19 +2202,19 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello выводит сообщение &lsquo;Здравствуй, 
мир!&rsquo; и
-завершается. Она служит примером 
стандартной практики программирования
-GNU. Как таковая, она поддерживает аргументы 
командной строки, многие языки
-и так далее. <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#hello">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.  It
+serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such, it supports
+command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(help2man|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
-GNU help2man&nbsp;&mdash; программа, автоматически 
преобразующая вывод
-стандартных аргументов командной строки 
&lsquo;--help&rsquo; и
-&lsquo;--version&rsquo; в страницу программы 
&lsquo;man&rsquo;. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a manual
+page automatically.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hp2xx|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3175,12 +3154,11 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(patch|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
-Patch&nbsp;&mdash; программа, которая вносит в 
файлы изменения, записанные в
-разностях, которые выводит программа 
&lsquo;diff&rsquo;. Изменения можно
-вносить в один или более файлов в 
зависимости от содержимого файла
-разностей. Она воспринимает различные 
форматы разностей. Ее можно применять
-также для обращения ранее внесенных 
изменений. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#patch">док</a>)</small></p>
+Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences laid
+out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to one or
+more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts several
+different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously applied
+differences.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#patch">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(paxutils|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3250,12 +3228,22 @@
 <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Plotutils&nbsp;&mdash; пакет вывода и работы с 
двумерной графикой. В
-него входит библиотека &lsquo;libplot&rsquo; для 
вывода из программ на Си и
-Си++ двумерной векторной графики во многие 
форматы. В нем есть также
-поддержка анимированной двумерной 
графики. Пакет содержит также консольные
-программы для вывода научных данных. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.  It
+includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D vector
+graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector graphics
+animations.  The package also contains command-line programs for plotting
+scientific data.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
+
+<!--#endif -->
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not limited
+to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged
+procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data
+structures and to operate on them.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3305,14 +3293,14 @@
   <a href="/software/pth/">Pth</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU Pth&nbsp;&mdash; переносимая библиотека, 
реализующая невытесняющие
-параллельные потоки управления с 
приоритетами. У каждого потока есть свой
-указатель команд, стек, маска сигналов и 
переменная errno. Время
-распределяется невытесняющим образом, и 
управление передается между потоками
-в соответствии с приоритетами и событиями. 
Однако для обратной совместимости
-Pth может имитировать потоки управления 
POSIX.1c
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;). <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#pth">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Pth is a portable library providing non-preemptive, priority-based
+scheduling for multiple execution threads.  Each thread has its own
+program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable. Threads are
+scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard preemptive way,
+such that they are managed according to priority and events.  However, Pth
+also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads (<tt>pthreads</tt>) for
+backwards compatibility.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(pyconfigure|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3355,12 +3343,12 @@
 <a href="/software/radius/">Radius</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-Radius&nbsp;&mdash; сервер для удаленного доступа и 
учета. Он может быть
-полезен в сетях, в которых требуются 
централизованные службы предоставления
-доступа и учета на рабочих станциях. 
Опознавание пользователя может
-выполняться различными способами, 
например с помощью
-&lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; или опознавательных знаков, 
хранящихся в базе
-данных SQL. <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#radius">док</a>)</small></p>
+Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
+generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication and
+accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be performed in
+a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or credentials stored in
+an SQL database.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(rcs|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3576,13 +3564,12 @@
 <a href="/software/shtool/">Shtool</a></h4>
 <p>
 <!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-GNU shtool&nbsp;&mdash; универсальное средство 
командной строки. Оно
-выполняет функции многих различных 
команд, чтобы предоставить единое
-средство, которое можно распространять с 
исходными текстами для обеспечения
-переносимости программ командного 
интерпретатора. Например, shtool может
-выполнять работу таких обычных команд, как 
&lsquo;install&rsquo;,
-&lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; или &lsquo;echo&rsquo; в системах, где их
-нет. <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU shtool is a multipurpose shell tool.  It can perform the functions of
+many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to distribute
+with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of shell scripts.
+For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common commands
+<tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems that lack
+them.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(sipwitch|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3792,13 +3779,12 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-Пакет GNU Termutils содержит две программы, 
&lsquo;tput&rsquo; и
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;. &lsquo;tput&rsquo; применяется в 
программах командного
-интерпретатора для манипуляций 
терминальным дисплеем, например очистки 
его
-или перемещения курсора в заданную точку, 
центрирования и подчеркивания
-текста. &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; применяется для 
указания и настройки позиций
-табуляции на терминалах, которые 
поддерживают это. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">док</a>)</small></p>
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
+terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is used
+to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(teseq|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3849,9 +3835,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(thales|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="thales">
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
-GNU Thales предоставляет макросы для 
поблочного тестирования в Guile и для
-проверки стабильности открытого 
интерфейса ваших модулей. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#thales">док</a>)</small></p>
+GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
+checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.  This
+package is looking for a maintainer.  <small>(<a
+href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(time|ALL):/" -->
@@ -3942,14 +3929,13 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-Пакет vc-dwim содержит две программы, 
&lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; и
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim&nbsp;&mdash; средство, 
упрощающее задачу
-поддержки файлов изменений, когда 
применяется контроль версий, например, оно
-выводит напоминание, когда изменение было 
описано в файле изменений, но не
-добавлено в систему контроля версий. vc-chlog 
просматривает измененные файлы
-и генерирует в соответствии со 
стандартами пункты файла изменений на 
основе
-обнаруженных изменений. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">док</a>)</small></p>
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of maintaining
+a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for example by
+printing a reminder when a file change has been described in the ChangeLog
+but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans changed files and
+generates standards-compliant ChangeLog entries based on the changes that it
+detects.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#vc-dwim">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vcdimager|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4035,10 +4021,9 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(which|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
-Программа which находит расположение 
выполняемых файлов в каталогах из PATH
-с разными вариантами. Это альтернатива 
встроенной команды оболочки
-&lsquo;type&rsquo;. <small>(<a
-href="/manual/manual.html#which">док</a>)</small></p>
+The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a variety
+of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt> built-in
+command.  <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(xaos|ALL):/" -->
@@ -4111,4 +4096,4 @@
 меньше функций. <small>(<a 
href="/manual/manual.html#zile">док</a>)</small></p>
 
 <!--#endif -->
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
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(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.sv.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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diff -u -b -r1.76 -r1.77
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.ta.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:42 -0000      1.76
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.ta.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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diff -u -b -r1.7 -r1.8
--- server/home-pkgblurbs.te.html       31 Dec 2019 14:04:42 -0000      1.7
+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.te.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.8
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.tr.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
-->

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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.uk.html       13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2989,7 +2986,7 @@
 <h4 id="patch">
   <a href="/software/patch/">Patch</a></h4><p>
 Patch is a program that applies changes to files based on differences
-laid out as by the program &lsquo;diff&rsquo;.  The changes may be applied to
+laid out as by the program <tt>diff</tt>.  The changes may be applied to
 one or more files depending on the contents of the diff file.  It accepts
 several different diff formats.  It may also be used to revert previously
 applied differences.
@@ -3052,13 +3049,23 @@
   <a href="/software/plotutils/">Plotutils</a></h4>
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU Plotutils is a package for plotting and working with 2D graphics.
-It includes a library, &lsquo;libplot&rsquo;, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
+It includes a library, <tt>libplot</tt>, for C and C++ for exporting 2D
 vector graphics in many file formats.  It also has support for 2D vector
 graphics animations.  The package also contains command-line programs
 for plotting scientific data.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#plotutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
+<!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(poke|ALL):/" -->
+<h4 id="poke">
+  <a href="/software/poke/">Poke</a></h4><p>
+GNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not
+limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides
+a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to
+describe data structures and to operate on them.
+<small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#poke">doc</a>)</small></p>
+<!--#endif -->
+
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(proxyknife|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="proxyknife"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
   <a href="/software/proxyknife/">Proxyknife</a></h4>
@@ -3105,7 +3112,7 @@
 are scheduled in a cooperative way, rather than in the standard
 preemptive way, such that they are managed according to priority
 and events.  However, Pth also features emulation of POSIX.1c threads
-(&lsquo;pthreads&rsquo;) for backwards compatibility.
+(<tt>pthreads</tt>) for backwards compatibility.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pth">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3150,7 +3157,7 @@
 Radius is a server for remote user authentication and accounting. It is
 generally useful for networks that require a centralized authentication
 and accounting services for its workstations. Authentication can be
-performed in a variety of ways, such as via &lsquo;/etc/passwd&rsquo; or
+performed in a variety of ways, such as via <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> or
 credentials stored in an SQL database.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#radius">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3354,7 +3361,7 @@
 of many different commands, in order to provide a single tool to
 distribute with a source distribution in order to ensure portability of
 shell scripts.  For example, shtool can perform the jobs of the common
-commands &lsquo;install&rsquo;, &lsquo;mkdir&rsquo; or &lsquo;echo&rsquo; on 
systems
+commands <tt>install</tt>, <tt>mkdir</tt> or <tt>echo</tt> on systems
 that lack them.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#shtool">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3554,10 +3561,10 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(termutils|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="termutils">
   <a href="/software/termutils/">Termutils</a></h4><p>
-The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, &lsquo;tput&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;tabs&rsquo;.  &lsquo;tput&rsquo; is used in shell scripts to manipulate 
the
+The GNU Termutils package contains two programs, <tt>tput</tt> and
+<tt>tabs</tt>.  <tt>tput</tt> is used in shell scripts to manipulate the
 terminal display, for example by clearing it or moving the cursor to a
-specific point, centering text or underlining text.  &lsquo;tabs&rsquo; is
+specific point, centering text or underlining text.  <tt>tabs</tt> is
 used to specify and set hardware tab stops on terminals that support it.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#termutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3609,6 +3616,7 @@
   <a href="/software/thales/">Thales</a></h4><p>
 GNU Thales provides macros for performing unit testing in Guile and for
 checking the stability of the public interface of your modules.
+This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#thales">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -3699,8 +3707,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(vc-dwim|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="vc-dwim">
   <a href="/software/vc-dwim/">Vc-dwim</a></h4><p>
-The vc-dwim package contains two tools, &lsquo;vc-dwim&rsquo; and
-&lsquo;vc-chlog&rsquo;. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
+The vc-dwim package contains two tools, <tt>vc-dwim</tt> and
+<tt>vc-chlog</tt>. vc-dwim is a tool that simplifies the task of
 maintaining a ChangeLog and using version control at the same time, for
 example by printing a reminder when a file change has been described in
 the ChangeLog but the file has not been added to the VC.  vc-chlog scans
@@ -3789,7 +3797,7 @@
 <h4 id="which">
   <a href="/software/which/">Which</a></h4><p>
 The which program finds the location of executables in PATH, with a
-variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell &lsquo;type&rsquo;
+variety of options.  It is an alternative to the shell <tt>type</tt>
 built-in command.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#which">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -3857,4 +3865,4 @@
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#zile">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
-<!-- End file generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- End file generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 
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+++ server/home-pkgblurbs.zh-cn.html    13 Jan 2020 17:02:55 -0000      1.77
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- File generated by womb/gnumaint/gm vendredi 22 mars 2019, 23:12:31 
(UTC+0100) -->
+<!-- File generated by www/prep/gnumaint/gm Mon Jan 13 17:41:36 CET 2020 -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(3dldf|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_3dldf"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(8sync|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="pkg_8sync">
   <a href="/software/8sync/">8sync</a></h4><p>
-8sync (pronounced &lsquo;eight-sync&rsquo;) is an asynchronous programming
+8sync (pronounced <tt>eight-sync</tt>) is an asynchronous programming
 library for GNU Guile.  It makes use of delimited continuations to avoid
 a mess of callbacks, resulting in clean, easy-to-read, non-blocking code.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#pkg_8sync">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 printing.  It accomplishes this by being able to delegate files to
 external handlers, such as Groff and Gzip.  It handles as many steps as
 is necessary to produce a pretty-printed file.  It also includes some
-extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing &lsquo;--help&rsquo;
+extra abilities for special cases, such as pretty-printing <tt>--help</tt>
 output.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#a2ps">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -131,9 +131,8 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(aspell|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="aspell"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="aspell">
+  <a href="/software/aspell/">Aspell</a></h4><p>
 Aspell is a spell-checker which can be used either as a library or
 as a standalone program.  Notable features of Aspell include its full
 support of documents written in the UTF-8 encoding and its ability to
@@ -266,13 +265,12 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(bc|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="bc"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
-  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="bc">
+  <a href="/software/bc/">Bc</a></h4><p>
 bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language.  It includes
 an interactive environment for evaluating mathematical statements.
 Its syntax is similar to that of C, so basic usage is familiar.  It also
-includes &lsquo;dc&rsquo;, a reverse-polish calculator.
+includes <tt>dc</tt>, a reverse-polish calculator.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#bc">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -287,10 +285,10 @@
 <h4 id="binutils">
   <a href="/software/binutils/">Binutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Binutils is a collection of tools for working with binary
-files. Perhaps the most notable are &lsquo;ld&rsquo;, a linker, and
-&lsquo;as&rsquo;, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
+files. Perhaps the most notable are <tt>ld</tt>, a linker, and
+<tt>as</tt>, an assembler. Other tools include programs to display binary
 profiling information, list the strings in a binary file, and utilities
-for working with archives.  The &lsquo;bfd&rsquo; library for working with
+for working with archives.  The <tt>bfd</tt> library for working with
 executable and object formats is also included.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#binutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -309,8 +307,8 @@
 <h4 id="bool">
   <a href="/software/bool/">Bool</a></h4><p>
 GNU Bool is a utility to perform text searches on files using Boolean
-expressions.  For example, a search for &lsquo;hello AND world&rsquo; would
-return a file containing the phrase &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo;.  It supports
+expressions.  For example, a search for <tt>hello AND world</tt> would
+return a file containing the phrase <tt>Hello, world!</tt>.  It supports
 both AND and OR statements, as well as the NEAR statement to search for
 the occurrence of words in close proximity to each other.  It handles
 context gracefully, accounting for new lines and paragraph changes.
@@ -334,11 +332,10 @@
 <!--#endif -->
 
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(c-graph|ALL):/" -->
-<h4 id="c-graph"><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+<h4 id="c-graph">
   <img src="/graphics/pkg-logos-250x100/c-graph.250x100.png" 
style="height:1.3em"
        alt="logo for c-graph" />
-  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4>
-<p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
+  <a href="/software/c-graph/">C-graph</a></h4><p>
 GNU C-Graph is a tool for demonstrating the theory of convolution.  Thus,
 it can serve as an excellent aid to students of signal and systems theory
 in visualizing the convolution process.  Rather than forcing the student
@@ -468,7 +465,7 @@
 <p><!-- TRANSLATORS: stale -->
 GNU combine works to merge files based on a common key in a hash table. It
 can be seen as similar to, albeit much more powerful than, the standard
-&lsquo;join&rsquo; utility.  Unlike &lsquo;join&rsquo;, any number of files may
+<tt>join</tt> utility.  Unlike <tt>join</tt>, any number of files may
 be merged based on the matches found.  combine also has other advanced
 features, such as date parsing and directory traversal.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#combine">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -498,8 +495,8 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(config|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="config">
   <a href="/software/config/">Config</a></h4><p>
-The &lsquo;config.guess&rsquo; script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
-and &lsquo;config.sub&rsquo; validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
+The <tt>config.guess</tt> script tries to guess a canonical system triple,
+and <tt>config.sub</tt> validates and canonicalizes.  These are used as
 part of configuration in nearly all GNU packages (and many others).
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#config">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -666,10 +663,10 @@
 <h4 id="diffutils">
   <a href="/software/diffutils/">Diffutils</a></h4><p>
 GNU Diffutils is a package containing tools for finding the differences
-between files.  The &lsquo;diff&rsquo; command is used to show how two
-files differ, while &lsquo;cmp&rsquo; shows the offsets and line numbers
-where they differ.  &lsquo;diff3&rsquo; allows you to compare three files.
-Finally, &lsquo;sdiff&rsquo; offers an interactive means to merge two files.
+between files.  The <tt>diff</tt> command is used to show how two
+files differ, while <tt>cmp</tt> shows the offsets and line numbers
+where they differ.  <tt>diff3</tt> allows you to compare three files.
+Finally, <tt>sdiff</tt> offers an interactive means to merge two files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#diffutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -692,7 +689,7 @@
 or modifying files.  It can monitor different sets of directories for
 different events.  When an event is detected, direvent calls a specified
 external program with information about the event, such as the location
-within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, &lsquo;direvent&rsquo;
+within the file system where it occurred.  Thus, <tt>direvent</tt>
 provides an easy way to react immediately if given files undergo changes,
 for example, to track changes in important system configuration files.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#direvent">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -836,10 +833,10 @@
   <a href="/software/findutils/">Findutils</a></h4><p>
 Findutils supplies the basic file directory searching utilities of
 the GNU system.  It consists of two primary searching utilities:
-&lsquo;find&rsquo; recursively searches for files in a directory according
-to given criteria and &lsquo;locate&rsquo; lists files in a database that
-match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: &lsquo;updatedb&rsquo;
-updates the file name database and &lsquo;xargs&rsquo; may be used to apply
+<tt>find</tt> recursively searches for files in a directory according
+to given criteria and <tt>locate</tt> lists files in a database that
+match a query.  Two auxiliary tools are included: <tt>updatedb</tt>
+updates the file name database and <tt>xargs</tt> may be used to apply
 commands with arbitrarily long arguments.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#findutils">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -890,7 +887,7 @@
 GNU FreeDink is a free and portable re-implementation of the engine
 for the role-playing game Dink Smallwood.  It supports not only the
 original game data files but it also supports user-produced game mods
-or &lsquo;D-Mods&rsquo;.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
+or <tt>D-Mods</tt>.  To that extent, it also includes a front-end for
 managing all of your D-Mods.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#freedink">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -1100,9 +1097,9 @@
 command-line options using the getopt_long function found in GNU libc,
 removing some of the tedium of this task for large programs that accept
 many options.  The options parsed by the generated function may be in both
-short (e.g., &lsquo;-h&rsquo;) and long (&lsquo;--help&rsquo;) formats, as 
specified
+short (e.g., <tt>-h</tt>) and long (<tt>--help</tt>) formats, as specified
 by the GNU coding standards.  Additionally, the output of the standard
-options &lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; is generated 
automatically.
+options <tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> is generated automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gengetopt">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -1477,7 +1474,7 @@
 across many systems, working with Unicode strings, cryptographic
 computation, and much more.  The code is intended to be shared at the
 level of source files, rather than being a standalone library that is
-distributed, built, and installed.  The included &lsquo;gnulib-tool&rsquo;
+distributed, built, and installed.  The included <tt>gnulib-tool</tt>
 script helps with using Gnulib code in other packages. Gnulib also
 includes copies of licensing and maintenance-related files, for
 convenience.
@@ -1799,7 +1796,7 @@
   <a href="/software/groff/">Groff</a></h4><p>
 Groff is a typesetting package that reads plain text and produces
 formatted output based on formatting commands contained within the text.
-It is usually the formatter of &lsquo;man&rsquo; documentation pages.
+It is usually the formatter of <tt>man</tt> documentation pages.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#groff">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2050,9 +2047,9 @@
 <h4 id="gzip">
   <a href="/software/gzip/">Gzip</a></h4><p>
 GNU Gzip provides data compression and decompression utilities; the
-typical extension is &lsquo;.gz&rsquo;.  Unlike the &lsquo;zip&rsquo; format, 
it
+typical extension is <tt>.gz</tt>.  Unlike the <tt>zip</tt> format, it
 compresses a single file; as a result, it is often used in conjunction
-with &lsquo;tar&rsquo;, resulting in &lsquo;.tar.gz&rsquo; or 
&lsquo;.tgz&rsquo;, etc.
+with <tt>tar</tt>, resulting in <tt>.tar.gz</tt> or <tt>.tgz</tt>, etc.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#gzip">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
 
@@ -2060,7 +2057,7 @@
 <h4 id="halifax">
   <a href="/software/halifax/">HaliFAX</a></h4><p>
 HaliFAX supports sending and viewing faxes, including a wrapper around
-the &lsquo;lpr&rsquo; command.
+the <tt>lpr</tt> command.
 This package is looking for a maintainer.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#halifax">doc</a>)</small></p>
 <!--#endif -->
@@ -2080,7 +2077,7 @@
 <!--#if expr="$pkg_selection = /:(hello|ALL):/" -->
 <h4 id="hello">
   <a href="/software/hello/">Hello</a></h4><p>
-GNU Hello prints the message &lsquo;Hello, world!&rsquo; and then exits.
+GNU Hello prints the message <tt>Hello, world!</tt> and then exits.
 It serves as an example of standard GNU coding practices.  As such,
 it supports command-line arguments, multiple languages, and so on.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#hello">doc</a>)</small></p>
@@ -2090,7 +2087,7 @@
 <h4 id="help2man">
   <a href="/software/help2man/">Help2man</a></h4><p>
 GNU help2man is a program that converts the output of standard
-&lsquo;--help&rsquo; and &lsquo;--version&rsquo; command-line arguments into a
+<tt>--help</tt> and <tt>--version</tt> command-line arguments into a
 manual page automatically.
 <small>(<a href="/manual/manual.html#help2man">doc</a>)</small&