netdir(3nsl): Typos in the man page
In the netdir(3nsl) man page point_to_args should be changed to pointer_to_args here:
int netdir_options(struct netconfig *config, int option, int fildes, char *point_to_args);
In the rest of the man page pointer_to_args is used instead of point_to_args.
In addition, ordering of paragraphs in the man page description section is incorrect. At the end of the section there are few paragraphs describing options for netdir_options().
Right before that there are two paragraphs describing taddr2uaddr() and uaddr2taddr().
And before those two paragraphs there is one more paragraph describing netdir_options().
It looks like two paragraphs describing taddr2uaddr() and uaddr2taddr() should be moved at the end of the description section.
Also, first two paragraphs in the return values section are describing netdir_perror() and netdir_sperror(). I believe these two paragraphs belongs to the description section too (at the end; after taddr2uaddr() and uaddr2taddr()).
One more typo (thise) here:
The netdir_sperror() function returns a pointer to a buffer which contains the error message string. The buffer is overwritten on each call. In multithreaded applications, thise buffer is implemented as thread-specific data.