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Minor changes to contrib/test_summary


When running contrib/test_summary for first time last week, I noticed
some minor issues with regard to the documentation of the script.

Gerald


Mon Jul 27 20:33:02 1998  Gerald Pfeifer  <pfeifer@dbai.tuwien.ac.at>

	* test_summary: Corrected script name in comments providing
	documentation.  Added linebreaks for lines with > 80 characters.

Index: test_summary
===================================================================
RCS file: /egcs/carton/cvsfiles/egcs/contrib/test_summary,v
retrieving revision 1.3
diff -c -3 -p -r1.3 test_summary
*** test_summary	1998/06/19 01:39:58	1.3
--- test_summary	1998/07/27 18:32:21
***************
*** 22,37 ****
  
  # The usage pattern of this script is as follows:
  
! # summarize | more   # so as to observe what should be done
  
! # summarize | sh     # so as to actually send e-mail and move log files
  
  # It accepts a few command line arguments.  For example:
  # -o: re-reads logs that have been mailed already (.sum.sent)
  # -t: prevents logs from being renamed
  # -i: append specified file (or list of files: -i "a b") to the report
! # -m: specify the e-mail address to send notes to.  An appropriate default should be selected from the log files.
! # -f: force reports to be mailed; if omitted, only reports that differ from the sent.* version are sent
  
  # Find a good awk.
  if test -z "$AWK" ; then
--- 22,39 ----
  
  # The usage pattern of this script is as follows:
  
! # test_summary | more   # so as to observe what should be done
  
! # test_summary | sh     # so as to actually send e-mail and move log files
  
  # It accepts a few command line arguments.  For example:
  # -o: re-reads logs that have been mailed already (.sum.sent)
  # -t: prevents logs from being renamed
  # -i: append specified file (or list of files: -i "a b") to the report
! # -m: specify the e-mail address to send notes to.  An appropriate default
! #     should be selected from the log files.
! # -f: force reports to be mailed; if omitted, only reports that differ
! #     from the sent.* version are sent.
  
  # Find a good awk.
  if test -z "$AWK" ; then



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