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Package: grass-doc
Version: 6.0.0-1
Severity: normal
File: /usr/lib/grass/man/man1/

On Debian, this part of disappears upon processing:

  The primitive codes are as follows:
  'A': area (boundary)...

$ g.manual -m|sed '/are as follows:/,$!d'|od -c|sed 
's/[0-9]\+//g;5q'|tr -d \\n;echo

It just becomes newlines.
Same if using g.manual or just man(1).

/usr/share/doc/grass-doc/html/ is OK.

   .IP "\fBcolumns\fR=\fIstring\fR
   Columns definition for points mode in SQL style, for example:
   'x double precision, y double precision, cat int, name varchar(10)'
   .IP "\fBx\fR=\fIinteger\fR

has the example line deleted. Proof:
$ man|sed '/Columns definition/,$!d'|od -c|sed 's/[0-9]\+//g;6q'|tr 
-d \\n;echo
Reformatting, please wait...

So there is some .IP .br problem.

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Package: grass
Version: 6.0.1-1

Francesco P. Lovergine

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