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 1Index: ccache.1
 2===================================================================
 3--- ccache.1	(r?Švision 7695)
 4+++ ccache.1	(copie de travail)
 5@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@
 6 .IP "\fB-s\fP" 
 7 Print the current statistics summary for the cache\&. The
 8 statistics are stored spread across the subdirectories of the
 9-cache\&. Using "ccache -s" adds up the statistics across all
10+cache\&. Using "ccache \-s" adds up the statistics across all
11 subdirectories and prints the totals\&.
12 .IP 
13 .IP "\fB-z\fP" 
14@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
15 .IP 
16 .IP "\fB-c\fP" 
17 Clean the cache and re-calculate the cache file count and
18-size totals\&. Normally the -c option should not be necessary as ccache
19+size totals\&. Normally the \-c option should not be necessary as ccache
20 keeps the cache below the specified limits at runtime and keeps
21 statistics up to date on each compile\&. This option is mostly useful
22 if you manually modify the cache contents or believe that the cache
23@@ -100,9 +100,9 @@
24  
25 
26   cp ccache /usr/local/bin/
27-  ln -s /usr/local/bin/ccache /usr/local/bin/gcc
28-  ln -s /usr/local/bin/ccache /usr/local/bin/g++
29-  ln -s /usr/local/bin/ccache /usr/local/bin/cc
30+  ln \-s /usr/local/bin/ccache /usr/local/bin/gcc
31+  ln \-s /usr/local/bin/ccache /usr/local/bin/g++
32+  ln \-s /usr/local/bin/ccache /usr/local/bin/cc
33 
34 .fi 
35  
36@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@
37 .PP 
38 When run as a compiler front end ccache usually just takes the same
39 command line options as the compiler you are using\&. The only exception
40-to this is the option \&'--ccache-skip\&'\&. That option can be used to tell
41+to this is the option \&'\-\-ccache-skip\&'\&. That option can be used to tell
42 ccache that the next option is definitely not a input filename, and
43 should be passed along to the compiler as-is\&. 
44 .PP 
45@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@
46 of the resulting object file (among other things)\&. The heuristic
47 ccache uses in this parse is that any string on the command line that
48 exists as a file is treated as an input file name (usually a C
49-file)\&. By using --ccache-skip you can force an option to not be
50+file)\&. By using \-\-ccache-skip you can force an option to not be
51 treated as an input file name and instead be passed along to the
52 compiler as a command line option\&.
53 .PP 
54@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@
55 .IP "\fBCCACHE_UNIFY\fP" 
56 If you set the environment variable CCACHE_UNIFY
57 then ccache will use the C/C++ unifier when hashing the pre-processor
58-output if -g is not used in the compile\&. The unifier is slower than a
59+output if \-g is not used in the compile\&. The unifier is slower than a
60 normal hash, so setting this environment variable loses a little bit
61 of speed, but it means that ccache can take advantage of not
62 recompiling when the changes to the source code consist of
63@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@
64 .PP 
65 By default ccache has a one gigabyte limit on the cache size and no
66 maximum number of files\&. You can set a different limit using the
67-"ccache -M" and "ccache -F" options, which set the size and number of
68+"ccache \-M" and "ccache \-F" options, which set the size and number of
69 files limits\&.
70 .PP 
71 When these limits are reached ccache will reduce the cache to 20%
72@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@
73 that it is the same code by forming a hash of:
74 .PP 
75 .IP o 
76-the pre-processor output from running the compiler with -E
77+the pre-processor output from running the compiler with \-E
78 .IP o 
79 the command line options
80 .IP o 
81@@ -331,7 +331,7 @@
82 .IP o 
83 Make sure that the setgid bit is set on all directories in the
84 cache\&. This tells the filesystem to inherit group ownership for new
85-directories\&. The command "chmod g+s `find $CCACHE_DIR -type d`" might
86+directories\&. The command "chmod g+s `find $CCACHE_DIR \-type d`" might
87 be useful for this\&.
88 .PP 
89 .SH "HISTORY"