Bug#667904: RFS: mitlm/0.4-1 [ITP] -- MIT Language Modeling
* Giulio Paci <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2013-01-30, 03:27:
To improve the manpages I improved the command line help messages
Doesn't this patch break ABI?
Speaking of which, I had a look at the list of exported symbols, and
it's kinda messy... Some symbols have very generic names. Upstream
should consider putting them into a namespace.
The latter fixes .bz2 handling and should work on Windows as well
(although I have not tested it yet on a real Windows system).
I would be surprised if decompression worked correctly, though I don't
have access to a Windows system to test it.
"^" is a cmd.exe escape character, but then the executed program does
argument parsing on its own. It's usually done by the MSVC++ runtime: