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From: Santiago Vila <sanvila@debian.org>
Subject: In Debian, manpages are in section 1, not in section 1L
X-Debian-version: 5.52-3

--- a/man/funzip.1
+++ b/man/funzip.1
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 .in -4n
 ..
 .\" =========================================================================
-.TH FUNZIP 1L "20 April 2009 (v3.95)" "Info-ZIP"
+.TH FUNZIP 1 "20 April 2009 (v3.95)" "Info-ZIP"
 .SH NAME
 funzip \- filter for extracting from a ZIP archive in a pipe
 .PD
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
 .EE
 .PP
 To use \fIzip\fP and \fIfunzip\fP in place of \fIcompress\fP(1) and
-\fIzcat\fP(1) (or \fIgzip\fP(1L) and \fIgzcat\fP(1L)) for tape backups:
+\fIzcat\fP(1) (or \fIgzip\fP(1) and \fIgzcat\fP(1)) for tape backups:
 .PP
 .EX
 tar cf \- . | zip \-7 | dd of=/dev/nrst0 obs=8k
@@ -108,8 +108,8 @@
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH "SEE ALSO"
-\fIgzip\fP(1L), \fIunzip\fP(1L), \fIunzipsfx\fP(1L), \fIzip\fP(1L),
-\fIzipcloak\fP(1L), \fIzipinfo\fP(1L), \fIzipnote\fP(1L), \fIzipsplit\fP(1L)
+\fIgzip\fP(1), \fIunzip\fP(1), \fIunzipsfx\fP(1), \fIzip\fP(1),
+\fIzipcloak\fP(1), \fIzipinfo\fP(1), \fIzipnote\fP(1), \fIzipsplit\fP(1)
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH URL
--- a/man/unzip.1
+++ b/man/unzip.1
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 .in -4n
 ..
 .\" =========================================================================
-.TH UNZIP 1L "20 April 2009 (v6.0)" "Info-ZIP"
+.TH UNZIP 1 "20 April 2009 (v6.0)" "Info-ZIP"
 .SH NAME
 unzip \- list, test and extract compressed files in a ZIP archive
 .PD
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
 \fIunzip\fP will list, test, or extract files from a ZIP archive, commonly
 found on MS-DOS systems.  The default behavior (with no options) is to extract
 into the current directory (and subdirectories below it) all files from the
-specified ZIP archive.  A companion program, \fIzip\fP(1L), creates ZIP
+specified ZIP archive.  A companion program, \fIzip\fP(1), creates ZIP
 archives; both programs are compatible with archives created by PKWARE's
 \fIPKZIP\fP and \fIPKUNZIP\fP for MS-DOS, but in many cases the program
 options or default behaviors differ.
@@ -105,8 +105,8 @@
 list of all possible flags.  The exhaustive list follows:
 .TP
 .B \-Z
-\fIzipinfo\fP(1L) mode.  If the first option on the command line is \fB\-Z\fP,
-the remaining options are taken to be \fIzipinfo\fP(1L) options.  See the
+\fIzipinfo\fP(1) mode.  If the first option on the command line is \fB\-Z\fP,
+the remaining options are taken to be \fIzipinfo\fP(1) options.  See the
 appropriate manual page for a description of these options.
 .TP
 .B \-A
@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@
 compressed size and compression ratio figures are independent of the entry's
 encryption status and show the correct compression performance.  (The complete
 size of the encrypted compressed data stream for zipfile entries is reported
-by the more verbose \fIzipinfo\fP(1L) reports, see the separate manual.)
+by the more verbose \fIzipinfo\fP(1) reports, see the separate manual.)
 When no zipfile is specified (that is, the complete command is simply
 ``\fCunzip \-v\fR''), a diagnostic screen is printed.  In addition to
 the normal header with release date and version, \fIunzip\fP lists the
@@ -379,8 +379,8 @@
 .TP
 .B \-N
 [Amiga] extract file comments as Amiga filenotes.  File comments are created
-with the \-c option of \fIzip\fP(1L), or with the \-N option of the Amiga port
-of \fIzip\fP(1L), which stores filenotes as comments.
+with the \-c option of \fIzip\fP(1), or with the \-N option of the Amiga port
+of \fIzip\fP(1), which stores filenotes as comments.
 .TP
 .B \-o
 overwrite existing files without prompting.  This is a dangerous option, so
@@ -598,7 +598,7 @@
 As suggested by the examples above, the default variable names are UNZIP_OPTS
 for VMS (where the symbol used to install \fIunzip\fP as a foreign command
 would otherwise be confused with the environment variable), and UNZIP
-for all other operating systems.  For compatibility with \fIzip\fP(1L),
+for all other operating systems.  For compatibility with \fIzip\fP(1),
 UNZIPOPT is also accepted (don't ask).  If both UNZIP and UNZIPOPT
 are defined, however, UNZIP takes precedence.  \fIunzip\fP's diagnostic
 option (\fB\-v\fP with no zipfile name) can be used to check the values
@@ -648,8 +648,8 @@
 a password is not known, entering a null password (that is, just a carriage
 return or ``Enter'') is taken as a signal to skip all further prompting.
 Only unencrypted files in the archive(s) will thereafter be extracted.  (In
-fact, that's not quite true; older versions of \fIzip\fP(1L) and
-\fIzipcloak\fP(1L) allowed null passwords, so \fIunzip\fP checks each encrypted
+fact, that's not quite true; older versions of \fIzip\fP(1) and
+\fIzipcloak\fP(1) allowed null passwords, so \fIunzip\fP checks each encrypted
 file to see if the null password works.  This may result in ``false positives''
 and extraction errors, as noted above.)
 .PP
@@ -943,8 +943,8 @@
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH "SEE ALSO"
-\fIfunzip\fP(1L), \fIzip\fP(1L), \fIzipcloak\fP(1L), \fIzipgrep\fP(1L),
-\fIzipinfo\fP(1L), \fIzipnote\fP(1L), \fIzipsplit\fP(1L)
+\fIfunzip\fP(1), \fIzip\fP(1), \fIzipcloak\fP(1), \fIzipgrep\fP(1),
+\fIzipinfo\fP(1), \fIzipnote\fP(1), \fIzipsplit\fP(1)
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH URL
--- a/man/unzipsfx.1
+++ b/man/unzipsfx.1
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
 .in -4n
 ..
 .\" =========================================================================
-.TH UNZIPSFX 1L "20 April 2009 (v6.0)" "Info-ZIP"
+.TH UNZIPSFX 1 "20 April 2009 (v6.0)" "Info-ZIP"
 .SH NAME
 unzipsfx \- self-extracting stub for prepending to ZIP archives
 .PD
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH DESCRIPTION
-\fIunzipsfx\fP is a modified version of \fIunzip\fP(1L) designed to be
+\fIunzipsfx\fP is a modified version of \fIunzip\fP(1) designed to be
 prepended to existing ZIP archives in order to form self-extracting archives.
 Instead of taking its first non-flag argument to be the zipfile(s) to be
 extracted, \fIunzipsfx\fP seeks itself under the name by which it was invoked
@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH OPTIONS
-\fIunzipsfx\fP supports the following \fIunzip\fP(1L) options:  \fB\-c\fP
+\fIunzipsfx\fP supports the following \fIunzip\fP(1) options:  \fB\-c\fP
 and \fB\-p\fP (extract to standard output/screen), \fB\-f\fP and \fB\-u\fP
 (freshen and update existing files upon extraction), \fB\-t\fP (test
 archive) and \fB\-z\fP (print archive comment).  All normal listing options
@@ -118,11 +118,11 @@
 those creating self-extracting archives may wish to include a short listing
 in the zipfile comment.
 .PP
-See \fIunzip\fP(1L) for a more complete description of these options.
+See \fIunzip\fP(1) for a more complete description of these options.
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH MODIFIERS
-\fIunzipsfx\fP currently supports all \fIunzip\fP(1L) modifiers:  \fB\-a\fP
+\fIunzipsfx\fP currently supports all \fIunzip\fP(1) modifiers:  \fB\-a\fP
 (convert text files), \fB\-n\fP (never overwrite), \fB\-o\fP (overwrite
 without prompting), \fB\-q\fP (operate quietly), \fB\-C\fP (match names
 case-insensitively), \fB\-L\fP (convert uppercase-OS names to lowercase),
@@ -137,18 +137,18 @@
 of course continue to be supported since the zipfile format implies ASCII
 storage of text files.)
 .PP
-See \fIunzip\fP(1L) for a more complete description of these modifiers.
+See \fIunzip\fP(1) for a more complete description of these modifiers.
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH "ENVIRONMENT OPTIONS"
-\fIunzipsfx\fP uses the same environment variables as \fIunzip\fP(1L) does,
+\fIunzipsfx\fP uses the same environment variables as \fIunzip\fP(1) does,
 although this is likely to be an issue only for the person creating and
-testing the self-extracting archive.  See \fIunzip\fP(1L) for details.
+testing the self-extracting archive.  See \fIunzip\fP(1) for details.
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH DECRYPTION
-Decryption is supported exactly as in \fIunzip\fP(1L); that is, interactively
-with a non-echoing prompt for the password(s).  See \fIunzip\fP(1L) for
+Decryption is supported exactly as in \fIunzip\fP(1); that is, interactively
+with a non-echoing prompt for the password(s).  See \fIunzip\fP(1) for
 details.  Once again, note that if the archive has no encrypted files there
 is no reason to use a version of \fIunzipsfx\fP with decryption support;
 that only adds to the size of the archive.
@@ -286,7 +286,7 @@
 from anywhere in the user's path.  The situation is not known for AmigaDOS,
 Atari TOS, MacOS, etc.
 .PP
-As noted above, a number of the normal \fIunzip\fP(1L) functions have
+As noted above, a number of the normal \fIunzip\fP(1) functions have
 been removed in order to make \fIunzipsfx\fP smaller:  usage and diagnostic
 info, listing functions and extraction to other directories.  Also, only
 stored and deflated files are supported.  The latter limitation is mainly
@@ -303,17 +303,17 @@
 defined as a ``debug hunk.'')  There may be compatibility problems between
 the ROM levels of older Amigas and newer ones.
 .PP
-All current bugs in \fIunzip\fP(1L) exist in \fIunzipsfx\fP as well.
+All current bugs in \fIunzip\fP(1) exist in \fIunzipsfx\fP as well.
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH DIAGNOSTICS
 \fIunzipsfx\fP's exit status (error level) is identical to that of
-\fIunzip\fP(1L); see the corresponding man page.
+\fIunzip\fP(1); see the corresponding man page.
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH "SEE ALSO"
-\fIfunzip\fP(1L), \fIunzip\fP(1L), \fIzip\fP(1L), \fIzipcloak\fP(1L),
-\fIzipgrep\fP(1L), \fIzipinfo\fP(1L), \fIzipnote\fP(1L), \fIzipsplit\fP(1L)
+\fIfunzip\fP(1), \fIunzip\fP(1), \fIzip\fP(1), \fIzipcloak\fP(1),
+\fIzipgrep\fP(1), \fIzipinfo\fP(1), \fIzipnote\fP(1), \fIzipsplit\fP(1)
 .PD
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
@@ -330,7 +330,7 @@
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH AUTHORS
 Greg Roelofs was responsible for the basic modifications to UnZip necessary
-to create UnZipSFX.  See \fIunzip\fP(1L) for the current list of Zip-Bugs
+to create UnZipSFX.  See \fIunzip\fP(1) for the current list of Zip-Bugs
 authors, or the file CONTRIBS in the UnZip source distribution for the
 full list of Info-ZIP contributors.
 .PD
--- a/man/zipgrep.1
+++ b/man/zipgrep.1
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
 .\" zipgrep.1 by Greg Roelofs.
 .\"
 .\" =========================================================================
-.TH ZIPGREP 1L "20 April 2009" "Info-ZIP"
+.TH ZIPGREP 1 "20 April 2009" "Info-ZIP"
 .SH NAME
 zipgrep \- search files in a ZIP archive for lines matching a pattern
 .PD
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
 .SH DESCRIPTION
 \fIzipgrep\fP will search files within a ZIP archive for lines matching
 the given string or pattern.  \fIzipgrep\fP is a shell script and requires
-\fIegrep\fP(1) and \fIunzip\fP(1L) to function.  Its output is identical to
+\fIegrep\fP(1) and \fIunzip\fP(1) to function.  Its output is identical to
 that of \fIegrep\fP(1).
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
@@ -69,8 +69,8 @@
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH "SEE ALSO"
-\fIegrep\fP(1), \fIunzip\fP(1L), \fIzip\fP(1L), \fIfunzip\fP(1L),
-\fIzipcloak\fP(1L), \fIzipinfo\fP(1L), \fIzipnote\fP(1L), \fIzipsplit\fP(1L)
+\fIegrep\fP(1), \fIunzip\fP(1), \fIzip\fP(1), \fIfunzip\fP(1),
+\fIzipcloak\fP(1), \fIzipinfo\fP(1), \fIzipnote\fP(1), \fIzipsplit\fP(1)
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH URL
--- a/man/zipinfo.1
+++ b/man/zipinfo.1
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
 .in -4n
 ..
 .\" =========================================================================
-.TH ZIPINFO 1L "20 April 2009 (v3.0)" "Info-ZIP"
+.TH ZIPINFO 1 "20 April 2009 (v3.0)" "Info-ZIP"
 .SH NAME
 zipinfo \- list detailed information about a ZIP archive
 .PD
@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@
 Note that because of limitations in the MS-DOS format used to store file
 times, the seconds field is always rounded to the nearest even second.
 For Unix files this is expected to change in the next major releases of
-\fIzip\fP(1L) and \fIunzip\fP.
+\fIzip\fP(1) and \fIunzip\fP.
 .PP
 In addition to individual file information, a default zipfile listing
 also includes header and trailer lines:
@@ -361,7 +361,7 @@
 As suggested above, the default variable names are ZIPINFO_OPTS for VMS
 (where the symbol used to install \fIzipinfo\fP as a foreign command
 would otherwise be confused with the environment variable), and ZIPINFO
-for all other operating systems.  For compatibility with \fIzip\fP(1L),
+for all other operating systems.  For compatibility with \fIzip\fP(1),
 ZIPINFOOPT is also accepted (don't ask).  If both ZIPINFO and ZIPINFOOPT
 are defined, however, ZIPINFO takes precedence.  \fIunzip\fP's diagnostic
 option (\fB\-v\fP with no zipfile name) can be used to check the values
@@ -496,8 +496,8 @@
 .PP
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH "SEE ALSO"
-\fIls\fP(1), \fIfunzip\fP(1L), \fIunzip\fP(1L), \fIunzipsfx\fP(1L),
-\fIzip\fP(1L), \fIzipcloak\fP(1L), \fIzipnote\fP(1L), \fIzipsplit\fP(1L)
+\fIls\fP(1), \fIfunzip\fP(1), \fIunzip\fP(1), \fIunzipsfx\fP(1),
+\fIzip\fP(1), \fIzipcloak\fP(1), \fIzipnote\fP(1), \fIzipsplit\fP(1)
 .PD
 .\" =========================================================================
 .SH URL