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Bug#33384: marked as done (ispell: new -x problem)

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Subject: ispell: new -x problem
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Package: ispell
Version: 3.1.20-0.5

The -x option to ispell which is supposed to make it not write a backup file
now causes it to exit, displaying a usage message.

I first noticed this in mutt, which calls ispell with the -x option.  Further
investigation shows this:

$ ispell file.txt

(works normally)

$ ispell -x file.txt 
Usage: ispell [-dfile | -pfile | -wchars | -Wn | -t | -n | -x | -b | -S | -B | -C | -P | -m | -Lcontext | -M | -N | -Ttype | -V] file .....

It's possible this was broken when fixing earlier problems with the -x option.

-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.1
Kernel Version: Linux rn082110 2.2.1 #1 Fri Jan 29 20:13:54 CST 1999 i686 unknown

Versions of the packages ispell depends on:
ii  libc6  GNU C Library: shared libraries
ii  libncurses4     4.2-3          Shared libraries for terminal handling

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