run bulk quality checks
In a larger tree of manuals you maintain or care about, run
, solve any issues showing up, run
, and start working on the issues
Don't attempt this with the OpenBSD base system, almost no such issues are left
in OpenBSD, and those few that remain are very hard to resolve. It is very
unlikely that you can come up with any useful patches to the OpenBSD base
system in this way.
Don't be shy to use
scripting as required to quickly and efficiently get at the files you need. On
the other hand, don't waste your time devising elaborate frameworks right now;
this tutorial is about manuals, not about build systems!
Refrain from large-scale patching until you are really sure what you see are
large-scale errors in your tree and cannot reasonably be solved in other ways,
for example by improving
For this exercise, communication is of particular importance, there
people around you can talk to!
If you arrive in a state where there are no more errors, you can proceed to look