[PATCH 01/14] Fix hyphen-used-as-minus-sign

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Author: Giuseppe Iuculano <giuseppe@xxxxxxxxxxx>
--- a/1.0.0.rc16/man/dmraid.8
+++ b/1.0.0.rc16/man/dmraid.8
@@ -4,20 +4,20 @@ dmraid \- discover, configure and activa
 .SH SYNOPSIS
 .B dmraid
  {-a|--activate} {y|n|yes|no} 
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]... [\-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [\-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
  [{-P|--partchar} CHAR]
- [-p|--no_partitions]
- [-Z|--rm_partitions]
+ [\-p|--no_partitions]
+ [\-Z|--rm_partitions]
  [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [-t|--test]
+ [\-t|--test]
  [RAID-set...]
 
 .B dmraid
  {-b|--block_devices}
- [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]...
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [\-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]...
+ [\--separator SEPARATOR]
  [device-path...]
 
 .B dmraid
@@ -25,60 +25,60 @@ dmraid \- discover, configure and activa
 
 .B dmraid
  {-l|--list_formats}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]...
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]...
 
 .B dmraid
  {-n|--native_log}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]... [\-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [\-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [\--separator SEPARATOR]
  [device-path...]
 
 .B dmraid
- {-R| --rebuild}
+ {-R| \--rebuild}
  RAID-set
  [device-path]
 
 .B dmraid
- {-x| --remove}
+ {-x| \--remove}
  [RAID-set]
 
 .B dmraid
- -f FORMAT-handler
-{-C| --create} set 
- --type raidlevel
- [--size=setsize --strip stridesize] 
- --disk "device-path, device-path [, device-path ...]"
+ \-f FORMAT-handler
+{-C| \--create} set 
+ \--type raidlevel
+ [\--size=setsize \--strip stridesize] 
+ \--disk "device-path, device-path [, device-path ...]"
 
 .B dmraid
-[ -f|--format FORMAT-handler]
--S|--spare [RAID-set]
--M|--media  "device-path"
+[ \-f|--format FORMAT-handler]
+\-S|--spare [RAID-set]
+\-M|--media  "device-path"
 
 .B dmraid
  {-r|--raid_devices}
- [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-D|--dump_metadata]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [\-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]... [\-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [\-D|--dump_metadata]
+ [\-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [\--separator SEPARATOR]
  [device-path...]
 
 .B dmraid
  {-r|--raid_devices}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-E|--erase_metadata]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]... [\-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [\-E|--erase_metadata]
+ [\-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [\--separator SEPARATOR]
  [device-path...]
 
 .B dmraid
  {-s|--sets}...[a|i|active|inactive]
- [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [-g|--display_group]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [\-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+ [\-d|--debug]... [\-v|--verbose]... [\-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [\-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [\-g|--display_group]
+ [\--separator SEPARATOR]
  [RAID-set...]
 
 .B dmraid
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ will make dmraid tell the kernel to remo
 underlying the set, ie if sda is part of the set, remove sda1, sda2, etc.
 This prevents applications from directly accessiong the disks bypassing dmraid.
 RAID set names given on command line don't need to be fully specified
-(eg, "dmraid -ay sil" would activate all discovered Silicon Image Medley
+(eg, "dmraid \-ay sil" would activate all discovered Silicon Image Medley
 RAID sets).
 
 .TP
@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ See description of
 below for FIELD identifiers.
 
 .TP
-.I [-d|--debug]...
+.I [\-d|--debug]...
 Enable debugging output. Opion can be given multiple times
 increasing the debug output level.
 
@@ -214,18 +214,18 @@ is added to the system.
     During system reboot, enter OROM and mark the new drive as the rebuild drive.  
     After booting to the OS, use the dmraid command to rebuild.
 
-    Example: dmraid -R raid_set 
+    Example: dmraid \-R raid_set 
 
 2. Using dmraid to identify a new drive
     Boot to the OS and use the dmraid command with the new drive as
 the second parameter.
 
-    Example: dmraid -R raid_set /dev/sdc
+    Example: dmraid \-R raid_set /dev/sdc
 
 3. Using hot spare drive
-    Mark a drive as hot spare using the "dmraid -f isw -S" command. Then use the dmraid command to start the rebuild.
+    Mark a drive as hot spare using the "dmraid \-f isw \-S" command. Then use the dmraid command to start the rebuild.
 
-    Example: dmraid -R raid_set
+    Example: dmraid \-R raid_set
 
 .TP
 .I {-x|--remove} [RAID-set]
@@ -235,11 +235,11 @@ Delete one or all existing software RAID
 .I -f FORMAT-handler {-C|--create} --type raidlevel [--size=setsize --strip stripsize] --disk "device-path, device-path [,device-path]"
 Delete one or all existing Configure a software RAID device  and store the configuration data in a group of hard drive devices consisting of this array. This command requires the following options:
 
--f FORMAT-handler
+\-f FORMAT-handler
 .br
-	metadata format (see "dmraid -l")
+	metadata format (see "dmraid \-l")
 .br		
---type digit[digit...]
+\--type digit[digit...]
 .br
 	specify the raid level of the software RAID set. 
 .br
@@ -251,7 +251,7 @@ Delete one or all existing Configure a s
 .br
 		01: raid01 (isw raid10)
 .br
---size: [digits[k|K|m|M|g|G][b|B]]
+\--size: [digits[k|K|m|M|g|G][b|B]]
 .br
 	specify the size of the RAID set.The number is an integer followed by [kKmMgG] and/or [bB].
 .br
@@ -267,11 +267,11 @@ Delete one or all existing Configure a s
 .br
 If this option is missing, it's set to the default value pre-configured by the vendor. Note that different vendors may apply different constraints on the granularity of the size or the minimal value.
 .br
---strip: [digits[k|K|m|M|g|G][b|B]]
+\--strip: [digits[k|K|m|M|g|G][b|B]]
 .br
 	specify the strip size of a RAID1, RAID5, and RAID10 RAID set (as above)
 .br
---disk: device-path[{,| }device-path...]
+\--disk: device-path[{,| }device-path...]
 .br
 	specify the array of the hard drives, e.g. /dev/sda.
 
@@ -349,7 +349,7 @@ Use SEPARATOR as a delimiter for all opt
 .TP
 .I -s... [a|i] [RAID-set...]
 Display properties of RAID sets. Multiple RAID set names can be given
-on the command line which don't need to be fully specified (eg, "dmraid -s hpt"
+on the command line which don't need to be fully specified (eg, "dmraid \-s hpt"
 would display all discovered Highpoint RAID sets). Enter
 .B -s
 twice to display RAID subsets too.
@@ -377,7 +377,7 @@ Enable verbose runtime information outpu
 increasing the verbosity level.
 
 .SH EXAMPLES
-"dmraid -l" lists all supported metadata formats with their names along with
+"dmraid \-l" lists all supported metadata formats with their names along with
 some descriptive information, eg:
 .br
 hpt37x : (+) Highpoint HPT37X
@@ -400,16 +400,16 @@ dos    : (+) DOS partitions on SW RAIDs
 .br
 (0): Discover, (+): Discover+Activate
 
-"dmraid -ay" activates all software RAID sets discovered.
+"dmraid \-ay" activates all software RAID sets discovered.
 
-"dmraid -an" deactivates all active software RAID sets which are not open
+"dmraid \-an" deactivates all active software RAID sets which are not open
 (eg, mounted filesystem on them).
 
-"dmraid -ay -f pdc" (pdc looked up from "dmraid -l") activates all
+"dmraid \-ay \-f pdc" (pdc looked up from "dmraid \-l") activates all
 software RAID sets with Promise format discovered and ignores all other
 supported formats.
 
-"dmraid -r" discovers all software RAID devices supported on your system, eg:
+"dmraid \-r" discovers all software RAID devices supported on your system, eg:
 .br
 /dev/dm-46: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
 .br
@@ -420,7 +420,7 @@ supported formats.
 /dev/dm-58: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
 
 
-"dmraid -s -s hpt45x_chidjhaiaa" displays properties of
+"dmraid \-s \-s hpt45x_chidjhaiaa" displays properties of
 set "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa", eg:
 .br
 *** Superset
@@ -478,7 +478,7 @@ dev    : 2
 spare  : 0
 .br
 
-"dmraid -s -ccs hpt45" displays properties in column format of all sets
+"dmraid \-s \-ccs hpt45" displays properties in column format of all sets
 and subsets with hpt45* format, eg:
 .br
 hpt45x_chidjhaiaa,640345856,128,raid10,ok,4,0
@@ -487,7 +487,7 @@ hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-a,640345856,128,stripe
 .br
 hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-b,640345856,128,stripe,ok,2,0
 
-"dmraid -r --sep : -cpath:size" display paths and sizes in sectors for
+"dmraid \-r \--sep : \-cpath:size" display paths and sizes in sectors for
 RAID devices in column format using ':' as a delimiter, eg:
 .br
 /dev/dm-8:320173055
@@ -518,18 +518,18 @@ RAID devices in column format using ':' 
 .br
 /dev/dm-66:390624896
 
-"dmraid -f isw -C Raid0 --type 0 --strip 8k --size 20g --disk "/dev/sdb /dev/sdc"" creates an ISW volume with
+"dmraid \-f isw \-C Raid0 \--type 0 \--strip 8k \--size 20g \--disk "/dev/sdb /dev/sdc"" creates an ISW volume with
 a name of "Raid0", 20Gig bytes in total, and 8kilo bytes strip size on two disks.
 
-"dmraid -f isw -C Test0 --type 0 --disk "/dev/sdd /dev/sde"" creates an ISW volume with the default size and strip size.
+"dmraid \-f isw \-C Test0 \--type 0 \--disk "/dev/sdd /dev/sde"" creates an ISW volume with the default size and strip size.
 
-"dmraid -f isw -C Test10 --type 01 --strip 128B --disk "/dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd" creates a stacked
+"dmraid \-f isw \-C Test10 \--type 01 \--strip 128B \--disk "/dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd" creates a stacked
 RAID device, RAID10 (isw format), with a name of "Test10", 128 blocks (512bytes) strip size , and the default volume size on
 4 disks.
 
-"dmraid -f isw -S -M /dev/sde" marks the device /dev/sde as a hot spare for rebuild
+"dmraid \-f isw \-S \-M /dev/sde" marks the device /dev/sde as a hot spare for rebuild
 
-"dmraid -R isw_djaggchdde_RAID1 /dev/sde" starts rebuild of the RAID volume on device /dev/sde
+"dmraid \-R isw_djaggchdde_RAID1 /dev/sde" starts rebuild of the RAID volume on device /dev/sde
 
 .SH DIAGNOSTICS
 dmraid returns an exit code of 0 for success or 1 for error.

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