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NAME

       getclose - Find PRs fixed in a particular release

SYNOPSIS

       getclose [OPTIONS] MIGRATION FREEZE LASTFREEZE

DESCRIPTION

       getclose  uses the three dates specified on the commandline to find and
       label PRs fixed in a particular release.

       MIGRATION -- the date of the migration for the current release

       FREEZE -- the date of the freeze for the current release

       LASTFREEZE -- the date of the freeze for the previous release

RESULTS

       FIXED:foo:1234:the synopsis
       MAYBE:bar:1235:the synopsis

       Those marked FIXED were closed before the migration  into  the  current
       release.  Those  marked  as  MAYBE were closed after the migration, but
       before the freeze; thus, the fix may or may not have made it  into  the
       current  release.   These  need  to  be  researched  to find out if the
       changes, if any, were included.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
                 Prints a brief usage message for getclose.

       -V, --version
                 Prints the version number for getclose.

       -d DATABASE, --database=DATABASE
                 Specifies the database containing the PR to be edited; if  no
                 database is specified, the database named default is assumed.
                 This option overrides the database specified in  the  GNATSDB
                 environment variable.

   GNATS network options:
       -H HOSTNAME, --host=HOSTNAME
              Hostname of the GNATS server.

       -P PORT, --port=PORT
              The port that the GNATS server runs on.

       -v USERNAME, --username=USERNAME
              Username used to log into the GNATS server.

       -w PASSWORD, --passwd=PASSWORD
              Password used to log into the GNATS server.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       The GNATSDB environment variable is used to determine which database to
       use.  For a local database, it contains the name  of  the  database  to
       access.

       For  network  access  via gnatsd, it contains a colon-separated list of
       strings that describe the remote database, in the form

       server:port:databasename:username:password

       Any of the fields may be omitted, but at least one colon  must  appear;
       otherwise, the value is assumed to be the name of a local database.

       If  GNATSDB  is  not  set, it is assumed that the database is local and
       that its name is default.

SEE ALSO

       Keeping Track: Managing Messages With GNATS (also installed as the  GNU
       Info file gnats.info)

       databases(5),  dbconfig(5),  delete-pr(8),  edit-pr(1) file-pr(8), gen-
       index(8), gnats(7), gnatsd(8), mkcat(8),  mkdb(8),  pr-edit(8),  query-
       pr(1), queue-pr(8), send-pr(1).

COPYING

       Copyright (c) 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

       Permission  is  granted  to make and distribute verbatim copies of this
       manual provided the copyright notice and  this  permission  notice  are
       preserved on all copies.

       Permission  is granted to copy and distribute modified versions of this
       manual under the conditions for verbatim  copying,  provided  that  the
       entire  resulting  derived  work  is  distributed  under the terms of a
       permission notice identical to this one.

       Permission is granted to  copy  and  distribute  translations  of  this
       manual  into  another language, under the above conditions for modified
       versions, except  that  this  permission  notice  may  be  included  in
       translations approved by the Free Software Foundation instead of in the
       original English.