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[patch] mail/metamail

Matthias Kilian

Trivial manpage section fixup for mail/metamail:

- Change section of mailcap manpage from 4 to 5.
- Change reference from metmail(1).
- Bump PKGNAME.


If there aren't any objections, I'll do similar changes to misc/plan
and comms/mgetty+sendfax, which install manpages to the wrong
sections, too.

Ciao,
        Kili


diff -x CVS -rNu ../metamail/Makefile ./Makefile
--- ../metamail/Makefile Wed Dec 21 21:33:24 2005
+++ ./Makefile Wed Dec 21 21:29:03 2005
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
 COMMENT= "MIME implementation"
 
 DISTNAME= mm2.7
-PKGNAME= metamail-2.7p0
+PKGNAME= metamail-2.7p1
 CATEGORIES= mail
 
 MASTER_SITES= ftp://thumper.bellcore.com/pub/nsb/
diff -x CVS -rNu ../metamail/patches/patch-Makefile ./patches/patch-Makefile
--- ../metamail/patches/patch-Makefile Wed Dec 21 21:33:24 2005
+++ ./patches/patch-Makefile Wed Dec 21 21:26:26 2005
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 $OpenBSD: patch-Makefile,v 1.1 2002/02/20 21:18:02 pvalchev Exp $
---- Makefile.orig Wed Jan 26 10:32:33 1994
-+++ Makefile Wed Feb 20 14:06:43 2002
+--- Makefile.orig Wed Jan 26 18:32:33 1994
++++ Makefile Wed Dec 21 21:26:20 2005
 @@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ FOOBAR-sun4=-Bstatic
 
  STATICFLAG=FOOBAR${HOST_ARCH}
@@ -35,7 +35,17 @@
  #
  # This is where binaries should be copied
  LOCALBINDIR = ${INSTROOT}/bin
-@@ -91,14 +91,14 @@ MAN4EXT = 4
+@@ -83,22 +83,22 @@ LOCALBINDIR = ${INSTROOT}/bin
+ # This is where man pages should be copied, and their extensions
+ MAN1DIR = ${INSTROOT}/man/man1
+ MAN1EXT = 1
+-MAN4DIR = ${INSTROOT}/man/man4
+-MAN4EXT = 4
++MAN4DIR = ${INSTROOT}/man/man5
++MAN4EXT = 5
+
+ # Sets the font suffix your version of X uses - snf for X11R4, pcf for X11R5
+ # FONTSUFFIX=snf
  FONTSUFFIX=pcf
 
  # This is where the mailcap file should be put
diff -x CVS -rNu ../metamail/patches/patch-man_mailcap_4 ./patches/patch-man_mailcap_4
--- ../metamail/patches/patch-man_mailcap_4 Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
+++ ./patches/patch-man_mailcap_4 Wed Dec 21 21:26:26 2005
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+$OpenBSD$
+--- man/mailcap.4.orig Wed Jan 26 20:01:59 1994
++++ man/mailcap.4 Wed Dec 21 21:24:48 2005
+@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
+-.TH MAILCAP 4 "Release 2" "Bellcore Prototype"
++.TH MAILCAP 5 "Release 2" "Bellcore Prototype"
+ .SH NAME
+ mailcap - metamail capabilities file
+ .SH DESCRIPTION
diff -x CVS -rNu ../metamail/patches/patch-man_metamail_1 ./patches/patch-man_metamail_1
--- ../metamail/patches/patch-man_metamail_1 Thu Jan  1 01:00:00 1970
+++ ./patches/patch-man_metamail_1 Wed Dec 21 21:26:26 2005
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+$OpenBSD$
+--- man/metamail.1.orig Sun Feb  6 19:05:47 1994
++++ man/metamail.1 Wed Dec 21 21:24:38 2005
+@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ $HOME/.mailcap:/usr/local/etc/mailcap:/u
+
+ It can be overridden by setting the MAILCAPS environment variable.  Note: Metamail does not actually interpret environment variables such as $HOME or the "~" syntax in this path search.
+
+-The format of mailcap files is explained in the manual entry for mailcap(4).
++The format of mailcap files is explained in the manual entry for mailcap(5).
+
+ .SH NON-ASCII HEADER FIELDS
+ Metamail has rudimentary built-in support for the emerging Internet standards for non-ASCII data in mail headers.  What this means is that such data will be recognized, decoded, and sent to the terminal.  This behavior may be more or less reasonable, depending on the character set in the header data and the capability of the user's terminal, but it will rarely be any worse than showing such data in its encoded form.
+@@ -199,7 +199,7 @@ If set to a non-zero variable, this will
+ .SH FILES
+ $HOME/.mailcap:/etc/mailcap:/usr/etc/mailcap:/usr/local/etc/mailcap -- default path for mailcap files.
+ .SH SEE ALSO
+-audiocompose(1), audiosend(1), ezview(1), getfilename(1), mailto-hebrew(1), mailto(1), metasend(1), mmencode(1), richtext(1), showaudio(1), showexternal(1), shownonascii(1), showpartial(1), showpicture(1), mailcap(4)
++audiocompose(1), audiosend(1), ezview(1), getfilename(1), mailto-hebrew(1), mailto(1), metasend(1), mmencode(1), richtext(1), showaudio(1), showexternal(1), shownonascii(1), showpartial(1), showpicture(1), mailcap(5)
+ .SH BUGS
+ In a multipart/alternative body or body parts, some headers in the embedded part that should be displayed may not be displayed.  This will rarely be a problem.  Also, in a multipart/alternative, anything of type "multipart" or "message" is considered to be a recognized part, regardless of the recognizability of its contents.  This might be a problem, only further experience will tell.
+
diff -x CVS -rNu ../metamail/pkg/PLIST ./pkg/PLIST
--- ../metamail/pkg/PLIST Wed Dec 21 21:33:24 2005
+++ ./pkg/PLIST Wed Dec 21 21:30:15 2005
@@ -53,4 +53,4 @@
 @man man/man1/showpartial.1
 @man man/man1/showpicture.1
 @man man/man1/splitmail.1
-@man man/man4/mailcap.4
+@man man/man5/mailcap.5

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