Package: git-extras / 4.2.0-1

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Description: escape man lines starting with a dot
 nroff would think these lines as macros and produce and error that it's not
 a known one.
Author: Laszlo Boszormenyi (GCS) <gcs@debian.org>
Last-Update: 2016-01-23

---

--- git-extras-1.9.0.orig/man/git-bug.md
+++ git-extras-1.9.0/man/git-bug.md
@@ -22,9 +22,9 @@ git-bug(1) -- Create bug branch
 ## EXAMPLES
 
     $ git bug bug-123456
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ git commit -m "Some changes"
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ git checkout master
     $ git bug finish bug-123456
 
--- git-extras-1.9.0.orig/man/git-commits-since.md
+++ git-extras-1.9.0/man/git-commits-since.md
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ git-commits-since(1) -- Show commit logs
   It is really flexible and these are only 3 of the options, go ahead give it a try:
 
     $ git commits-since yesterday
-    ... commits since yesterday
+    `... commits since yesterday`
     nickl- - Merge branch upstream master.
     nickl- - Rebase bolshakov with master
     TJ Holowaychuk - Merge pull request #128 from nickl-/git-extras-html-hyperlinks
@@ -28,11 +28,11 @@ git-commits-since(1) -- Show commit logs
     nickl- - Fix #127 git-ignore won't add duplicates.
 
     $ git commits-since 3 o clock pm
-    ... commits since 3 o clock pm
+    `... commits since 3 o clock pm`
     nickl- - Merge branch upstream master.
 
     $ git commits-since 2 hour ago
-    ... commits since 2 hour ago
+    `... commits since 2 hour ago`
     nickl- - Merge branch upstream master.
     TJ Holowaychuk - Merge pull request #128 from nickl-/git-extras-html-hyperlinks
     TJ Holowaychuk - Merge pull request #129 from nickl-/develop
--- git-extras-1.9.0.orig/man/git-contrib.md
+++ git-extras-1.9.0/man/git-contrib.md
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ git-contrib(1) -- Show user's contributi
       Moved help msg to node-repl
       Added multiple arg support for sys.puts(), print(), etc.
       Fix stack output on socket error
-      ...
+      `...`
 
     Searching with a partial email
 
--- git-extras-1.9.0.orig/man/git-feature.md
+++ git-extras-1.9.0/man/git-feature.md
@@ -26,9 +26,9 @@ git-feature(1) -- Create/Merge feature b
 ## EXAMPLES
 
     $ git feature dependencies
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ (feature/dependencies) git commit -m "Some changes"
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ (feature/dependencies) git checkout master
     $ git feature finish dependencies
 
--- git-extras-1.9.0.orig/man/git-ignore.md
+++ git-extras-1.9.0/man/git-ignore.md
@@ -62,47 +62,47 @@ Pattern format as described in the git m
     *.sass-cache
 
     # OS or Editor folders
-    .DS_Store
-    .Trashes
-    ._*
+    `.DS_Store`
+    `.Trashes`
+    `._*`
     Thumbs.db
     ---------------------------------
     Local gitignore: .gitignore
-    .cache
-    .project
-    .settings
-    .tmproj
+    `.cache`
+    `.project`
+    `.settings`
+    `.tmproj`
     nbproject
 
 If you only want to see the global context use the --global argument (for local use --local):
 
     $ git ignore
     Global gitignore: /home/alice/.gitignore
-    .DS_Store
-    .Trashes
-    ._*
+    `.DS_Store`
+    `.Trashes`
+    `._*`
     Thumbs.db
 
 To quickly append a new pattern to the default/local context simply:
 
     $ git ignore *.log
     Adding pattern(s) to: .gitignore
-    ... adding '*.log'
+    `... adding '*.log'`
 
 You can now configure any patterns without ever using an editor, with a context and pattern arguments:
 The resulting configuration is also returned for your convenience.
 
     $ git ignore --local "" "# Temporary files" *.tmp "*.log" tmp/*  "" "# Files I'd like to keep" '!work'  ""
     Adding pattern(s) to: .gitignore
-    ... adding ''
-    ... adding '# Temporary files'
-    ... adding 'index.tmp'
-    ... adding '*.log'
-    ... adding 'tmp/*'
-    ... adding ''
-    ... adding '# Files I'd like to keep'
-    ... adding '!work'
-    ... adding ''
+    `... adding ''`
+    `... adding '# Temporary files'`
+    `... adding 'index.tmp'`
+    `... adding '*.log'`
+    `... adding 'tmp/*'`
+    `... adding ''`
+    `... adding '# Files I'd like to keep'`
+    `... adding '!work'`
+    `... adding ''`
 
     Local gitignore: .gitignore
 
--- git-extras-1.9.0.orig/man/git-refactor.md
+++ git-extras-1.9.0/man/git-refactor.md
@@ -22,9 +22,9 @@ git-refactor(1) -- Create refactor branc
 ## EXAMPLES
 
     $ git refactor mainlib_refactor
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ git commit -m "Some changes"
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ git checkout master
     $ git refactor finish mainlib_refactor
 
--- git-extras-3.0.0.orig/man/git-chore.md
+++ git-extras-3.0.0/man/git-chore.md
@@ -22,9 +22,9 @@ git-chore(1) -- Create chore branch
 ## EXAMPLES
 
     $ git chore chore-123456
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ git commit -m "Some changes"
-    ...
+    `...`
     $ git checkout master
     $ git chore finish chore-123456