Corrected manual text about -read_mkisofsrc

master
Thomas Schmitt 13 years ago
parent d78b29005d
commit bb16a5615f

@ -3315,11 +3315,11 @@ From then on, options are interpreted as xorriso options.
.TP
\fB\-read_mkisofsrc\fR
Try one by one to open for reading:
./.mkisofsrc , $MKISOFSRC , $HOME/.mkisofsrc , $(basename $0)/.mkisofs
./.mkisofsrc , $MKISOFSRC , $HOME/.mkisofsrc , $(dirname $0)/.mkisofsrc
.br
On success interpret the file content as of man mkisofs CONFIGURATION,
and end this command. Do not try further files.
The last address is used only if start argument 0 has a non-trivial basename.
The last address is used only if start argument 0 has a non-trivial dirname.
.br
The reader currently interprets the following NAME=VALUE pairs:
APPI (-application_id) , PUBL (-publisher) , SYSI (-system_id) ,

@ -2955,11 +2955,11 @@ programs trigger comparable actions.
-read_mkisofsrc
Try one by one to open for reading: ./.mkisofsrc , $MKISOFSRC ,
$HOME/.mkisofsrc , $(basename $0)/.mkisofs
$HOME/.mkisofsrc , $(dirname $0)/.mkisofsrc
On success interpret the file content as of man mkisofs
CONFIGURATION, and end this command. Do not try further files.
The last address is used only if start argument 0 has a
non-trivial basename.
non-trivial dirname.
The reader currently interprets the following NAME=VALUE pairs:
APPI (-application_id) , PUBL (-publisher) , SYSI (-system_id) ,
VOLI (-volid) , VOLS (-volset_id)

@ -3954,11 +3954,11 @@ From then on, options are interpreted as xorriso options.
@kindex -read_mkisofsrc searches and reads .mkisofsrc file
@cindex Emulation, .mkisofsrc, -read_mkisofsrc
Try one by one to open for reading:
./.mkisofsrc , $MKISOFSRC , $HOME/.mkisofsrc , $(basename $0)/.mkisofs
./.mkisofsrc , $MKISOFSRC , $HOME/.mkisofsrc , $(dirname $0)/.mkisofsrc
@*
On success interpret the file content as of man mkisofs CONFIGURATION,
and end this command. Do not try further files.
The last address is used only if start argument 0 has a non-trivial basename.
The last address is used only if start argument 0 has a non-trivial dirname.
@*
The reader currently interprets the following NAME=VALUE pairs:
APPI (-application_id) , PUBL (-publisher) , SYSI (-system_id) ,

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