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has caused the Debian Bug report #894077,
regarding lintian: False positive spelling-error-in-manpage information
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Package: lintian
Version: 2.5.77~bpo9+1
Severity: normal


lintian reports:
I: glusterfs-server: spelling-error-in-manpage usr/share/man/man8/gluster.8.gz 
directorys directories
I: glusterfs-server: spelling-error-in-manpage usr/share/man/man8/gluster.8.gz 
directorys directories

I have found this in the manpage:
$ grep 'directory(s)' doc/gluster.8
Lists the  usage and limits configured on directory(s). If a path is given only 
the limit that has been configured on the directory(if any) is displayed along 
with the directory's usage. If no path is given, usage and limits are displayed 
for all directories that has limits configured.
Lists the inode usage and inode limits configured on directory(s). If a path is 
given only the limit that has been configured on the directory(if any) is 
displayed along with the directory's inode usage. If no path is given, usage 
and limits are displayed for all directories that has limits configured.

So it matches on "directory(s)", which is IMHO correct?

-- System Information:
Debian Release: 9.4
  APT prefers stable-updates
  APT policy: (500, 'stable-updates'), (500, 'stable')
Architecture: amd64 (x86_64)

Kernel: Linux 4.9.0-6-amd64 (SMP w/2 CPU cores)
Locale: LANG=de_DE.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=de_DE.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8), 
LANGUAGE=de_DE.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash
Init: systemd (via /run/systemd/system)

Versions of packages lintian depends on:
ii  binutils                          2.28-5
ii  bzip2                             1.0.6-8.1
ii  diffstat                          1.61-1+b1
ii  dpkg                              1.18.24
ii  file                              1:5.30-1+deb9u1
ii  gettext                 
ii  intltool-debian                   0.35.0+20060710.4
ii  libapt-pkg-perl                   0.1.32
ii  libarchive-zip-perl               1.59-1
ii  libclass-accessor-perl            0.34-1
ii  libclone-perl                     0.38-2+b1
ii  libdpkg-perl                      1.18.24
ii  libemail-valid-perl               1.202-1
ii  libfile-basedir-perl              0.07-1
ii  libipc-run-perl                   0.94-1
ii  liblist-moreutils-perl            0.416-1+b1
ii  libparse-debianchangelog-perl     1.2.0-12
ii  libperl5.24 [libdigest-sha-perl]  5.24.1-3+deb9u2
ii  libtext-levenshtein-perl          0.13-1
ii  libtimedate-perl                  2.3000-2
ii  liburi-perl                       1.71-1
ii  libxml-simple-perl                2.22-1
ii  libyaml-libyaml-perl              0.63-2
ii  man-db                  
ii  patchutils                        0.3.4-2
ii  perl                              5.24.1-3+deb9u2
ii  t1utils                           1.39-2
ii  xz-utils                          5.2.2-1.2+b1

Versions of packages lintian recommends:
ii  libperlio-gzip-perl  0.19-1+b2

Versions of packages lintian suggests:
ii  binutils-multiarch     2.28-5
ii  dpkg-dev               1.18.24
ii  libhtml-parser-perl    3.72-3
ii  libtext-template-perl  1.46-1

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Source: lintian
Source-Version: 2.5.81

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
lintian, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive.

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

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Date: Sat, 07 Apr 2018 08:17:26 +0000
Source: lintian
Binary: lintian
Architecture: source all
Version: 2.5.81
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Debian Lintian Maintainers <>
Changed-By: Chris Lamb <>
 lintian    - Debian package checker
Closes: 881491 893480 894077 894139 894356 894368 894397 894690 894747 894817 
894820 894834 895036
 lintian (2.5.81) unstable; urgency=medium
   The "Policy 4.1.4" release.
   * Summary of tag changes:
     + Added:
       - debian-rules-contains-unnecessary-get-orig-source-target
       - source-contains-empty-directory
     + Removed:
       - debian-rules-missing-good-practice-target-dfsg
   * checks/control-file.desc:
     + [CL] Correct location of "AutomaticDebugPackages" wiki page in the
       description of the debian-control-has-obsolete-dbg-package tag.
       Thanks to Antonio Ospite for the report.  (Closes: #893480)
   * checks/cruft.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Add a pedantic warning for upstream tarballs that contain empty
       directories as these can cause problems with git-buildpackage.
       Thanks to Balint Reczey for the idea!  (Closes: #894368)
   * checks/gir.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Apply a patch series from Simon McVittie to match the Gobject
       Introspection policy and fixing a series of false-positives. Thanks!
       (Closes: #881491)
   * checks/java.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Apply patch from Bas Couwenberg to bump the maximum permissible
       bytecode version number now that openjdk-9 is now the default-jdk.
       (Closes: #894397)
     + [CL] Apply patch from Bas Couwenberg to update the description of
       the unknown-java-class-version tag for openjdk-9.  (Closes: #894397)
   * checks/
     + [CL] Add .ogg files to the list of non-license file extensions to
       avoid a false-positive in extra-license-file. Thanks to Innocent De
       Marchi for the report.  (Closes: #894139)
     + [CL] Avoid false-positives in Mallard XML files; <link href="...">
       tags are anchor element and not followed automatically. Thanks to
       Simon McVittie for the report.  (Closes: #894690)
   * checks/rules.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Stop recommending that packages with repacked tarballs specify a
       get-orig-source target; this was removed in Debian Policy 4.1.4 in
       favour of uscan(1) and debian/watch.
     + [CL] Warn about packages that have apparently unnecessary
       "get-orig-source" targets such as single-line calls to uscan(1).
       Thanks to Mattia Rizzolo for the idea.  (Closes: #895036)
   * checks/
     + [CL] Also include the offending/unknown shebang in the output of
       missing (unversioned) interpreters.
   * checks/source-copyright.desc:
     + [CL] Change the severity from pedantic ("P:") to info ("I:") for the
       missing-explanation-for-repacked-upstream-tarball tag.
   * checks/testsuite.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Apply patch from Georg Faerber to add missing "needs-reboot" to
       the list of known autopkgtest restrictions.  (Closes: #894817)
     + [CL] Apply patch from Georg Faerber to adjust the autopkgtest
       URIs from Alioth to  (Closes: #894820)
   * checks/
     + [CL] Apply patch from Thomas Dallmair to avoid false positives in the
       udev-rule-missing-subsystem tag when SUBSYSTEM GOTO is not the last
       "GOTO" statement.  Thanks!  (Closes: #894356)
   * checks/
     + [CL] Re-enable YAML parsing of upstream metadata which was disabled
       in 2.5.51 (via #861958) to close CVE-2017-8829 as we can now use the
       $LoadBlessed option of YAML::XS if we have version 0.69 or above
       Thanks to Dylan Aïssi for the report.  (Closes: #894747)
   * commands/, checks/{fields,patch-systems,python}, ...:
     + [CL] Apply patch from Ville Skyttä correcting many spelling mistakes
       in Lintian itself.  Thanks!  (Closes: #894834)
   * data/standards-version/release-dates:
     + [CL] Add 4.1.4 as a known Standards-Version.
   * data/spelling/corrections:
     + [PW] Add a number of corrections.
   * lib/Lintian/
     + [CL] Avoid false positives in spelling detection by allowing "(s)"
       suffixes instead of universally stripping all parenthesis.  This
       prevents, for example, "directory(s)" from triggering false-positive
       whilst still warning about "directorys".  Thanks to Patrick Matthäi
       for the report.  (Closes: #894077)
   * lib/Lintian/
     + [NT] Fix a bug in do_fork that could cause lintian to fork bomb.
       (See #890873)
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