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Bug#96481: marked as done (newsclipper: NewsClipper Man Page Non-obvious)

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Package: newsclipper
Version: 1.32-2
Severity: normal

The primary binary for NewsClipper is "NewsClipper", but its man page
is "NewsClipper.pl".  Shouldn't the man page be renamed "NewsClipper"


-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Kernel Version: Linux teton 2.2.18 #1 Sat Feb 17 21:39:50 CST 2001 i586 unknown

Versions of the packages newsclipper depends on:
ii  libdate-manip- 5.39-2         a perl library for manipulating dates
ii  libhtml-format 1.23-1         Format HTML syntax trees
ii  libhtml-parser 3.22-1         A collection of modules that parse HTML text
ii  libhtml-tree-p 3.11-1         represent and create HTML syntax trees
ii  liblockfile-si 0.2.5-1        Simple advisory file locking
ii  liblogfile-rot 1.04-1         Perl module to rotate logfiles.
ii  libtime-module 100.010301-1   Various Perl modules for time/date manipulat
ii  libtimedate-pe 1.10-4         Time and date functions for perl.
ii  liburi-perl    1.10-1         Manipulates and accesses URI strings
ii  libwww-perl    5.53-1         WWW client/server library for Perl
ii  perl           5.6.0-21       Larry Wall's Practical Extracting and Report
ii  perl           5.6.0-21       Larry Wall's Practical Extracting and Report
	^^^ (Provides virtual package perl5)

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There is now a symbolic link from NewsClipper.1p.gz to
NewsClipper.pl.1p.gz, in /usr/share/man/man1, so that both will work.

This bug was fixed in a previous upload (probably 1.32-4)



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