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SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/4] Documentation/00-INDEX.sh: add script to help keeping the index up-to-date
Randy Dunlap <rdunlap@xenotime.net> (23/04/2011):
> The "undocumented" list looks correct (well, it could omit .orig
> files), but the "Documented but missing" list contains words, e.g.:
> […]

One coffee later… Looks like your grep is behaving as if "grep -F" was
passed; that might be better with an explicit "grep -G" (which is the
default), see patch below?

diff --git a/Documentation/00-INDEX.sh b/Documentation/00-INDEX.sh
index 31d92d2..f22c260 100755
--- a/Documentation/00-INDEX.sh
+++ b/Documentation/00-INDEX.sh
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
# Try and keep the 00-INDEX file up-to-date.

# List all entries below the 00-INDEX entry:
-documented=$(sed '1,/^00-INDEX$/d' 00-INDEX|grep -v '^\s'|sed 's,/$,,')
+documented=$(sed '1,/^00-INDEX$/d' 00-INDEX|grep -G -v '^\s'|sed 's,/$,,')

# List all files/directories except 00-INDEX* and Makefile:
present=$(ls -1|grep -v '^00-INDEX'|grep -v '^Makefile$')

Maybe some grep alias in your environment? I couldn't reproduce the
behaviour you mentioned even using (unpack+PATH+LD_LIBRARY_PATH)
pcre-7.8-2.fc11.ppc.rpm and sed-4.2.1-1.fc11.ppc.rpm, until I tried
various options like passing -F to grep.

KiBi.
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