sysinfo(2): Missing spaces in the man page
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There is missing space between "sysname" and "field" here in the sysinfo(2) man page:
SI_SYSNAME Copy into the array pointed to by buf the string that would be returned by uname(2) in the sysnamefield. This is the name of the implementation of the operating system, for example, SunOS or UTS.
and between "nodename" and "field" here:
SI_HOSTNAME Copy into the array pointed to by buf a string that names the present host machine. This is the string that would be returned by uname() in the nodenamefield. This hostname or nodename is often the name the machine is known by locally. The hostname is the name of this machine as a node in some network. Different networks might have different names for the node, but presenting the nodename to the appropriate network directory or name-to-address mapping service should produce a transport end point address. The name might not be fully qualified. Internet host names can be up to 256 bytes in length (plus the terminating null).
and between "version" and "field" here:
SI_VERSION Copy into the array pointed to by buf the string that would be returned by uname(2) in the versionfield. The syntax and semantics of this string are defined by the system provider.
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commit bcfd4cacb8887a687a4dd27cbaeec75e65f0e9de Author: Adam Stevko <email@example.com> Date: 2015-09-29T21:35:42.000Z 5663 sysinfo(2): Missing spaces in the man page Reviewed by: Toomas Soome <firstname.lastname@example.org> Reviewed by: Marcel Telka <email@example.com> Approved by: Robert Mustacchi <firstname.lastname@example.org>