Package: mrxvt / 0.5.4-2

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From: Jan Christoph Nordholz <hesso@pool.math.tu-berlin.de>
Subject: Clarify hyphen/minus entities in mrxvt(1).

--- a/doc/mrxvt.1
+++ b/doc/mrxvt.1
@@ -103,11 +103,11 @@
 .Sq Em ++
 as appropriate. For example
 .Vb
-mrxvt -tr -shade 85 +trt
+mrxvt \-tr \-shade 85 +trt
 .Ve
 is the same as
 .Vb
-mrxvt --transparent --shading 85 ++transparentTabbar
+mrxvt \-\-transparent \-\-shading 85 ++transparentTabbar
 .Ve
 which is the same as putting the lines
 .Vb
@@ -228,7 +228,7 @@
 .Xr xsetroot 1
 or other non-Esetroot compatible programs will not be detected. If you're hell bent on non-Esetroot compatible programs to set your background, then do something like
 .Vb
-xsetroot -solid "#202040" && fvwm-root -d
+xsetroot \-solid "#202040" && fvwm\-root \-d
 .Ve
 Note: To use your precious
 .Cm backgroundFade , tinting
@@ -406,7 +406,7 @@
 .Op Cm tabForeground
 .
 .It Fl tint Ar color
-Color tinted on background image or pseudo-transparent background. This works differently depending on the tint type: With XRender (when compiled with --enable-xrender),
+Color tinted on background image or pseudo-transparent background. This works differently depending on the tint type: With XRender (when compiled with \-\-enable-xrender),
 .Ar color
 is the color you want to tint your background to. The brighter the color, the less transparent it will be (regardless of the shade degree specified by
 .Fl shade ) .
@@ -1192,7 +1192,7 @@
 .Xr fifo 7 Pa /tmp/.mrxvt-%pid
 and listen for macros on it. To execute macros, just write them to this fifo. For example
 .Vb
-/bin/echo -e "NewTab\enRaise" >> /tmp/.mrxvt-%pid
+/bin/echo \-e "NewTab\enRaise" >> /tmp/.mrxvt-%pid
 .Ve
 creates a new tab and raises the
 .Nm