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NAME

       cleanup-info - clean up the mess that bogus install-info may have done

SYNOPSIS

       cleanup-info [--help] [--unsafe] [--version] [--] [<dirname>]

DESCRIPTION

       cleanup-info  is  a  Perl  script  that tries to clean up the mess that
       bogus install-info may have done. It gathers all sections with the same
       heading  into  a  single  one.   It  tries  to be smart about cases and
       trailing colon/spaces.
       Other clean-ups include removing of empty sections, and  squeezing  the
       blank lines (in entries part only).

       Order  of sections is preserved (the first encountered section counts).
       Order of entries within a section is preserved.

       Please be extremely careful when using this utility - it might  not  be
       100%  safe.  cleanup-info  tries to be careful with your info dir file,
       but only until it writes it. You should back the file up prior to using
       this.

OPTIONS

       --help Output the help screen and exit successfully.

       --unsafe
              Set some additional possibly useful options.
              Warning:  the--unsafeoption may garble an otherwise correct
              file!

       --version
              Output version and exit successfully.

FILES

       /usr/info/dir or <dirname>/dir
              The info directory file. The lock file is named the  same,  with
              ".lock" suffix.

BUGS

       Probably many.

SEE ALSO

       install-info(8), info(1).

AUTHOR

       Copyright (C) 1996 Kim-Minh Kaplan.

       This  is free software; see the GNU General Public Licence version 2 or
       later for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty.