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SUSPICIOUS-SOURCE(1)					      General Commands Manual					      SUSPICIOUS-SOURCE(1)

NAME
suspicious-source - search for files that are not the GPL's "preferred form of modification" SYNOPSIS
suspicious-source [options] DESCRIPTION
suspicious-source is a script that outputs a list of files which are not common source files. This should be run in the root of a source tree to find files which might not be the "preferred form of modification" that the GPL and other licenses require. The files inside version control system directories (like .bzr/ or CVS/) are not considered. OPTIONS
-h, --help Show this help message and exit. -v, --verbose Print more information. -d directory, --directory=directory Check the files in the specified directory instead of the current directory. -m mimetype, --mimetype=mimetype Add mimetype to list of white-listed MIME types. -e extension, --extension=extension Add extension to list of white-listed extensions. AUTHORS
suspicious-source and this manpage have been written by Benjamin Drung <bdrung@debian.org>. Both are released under the ISC license. DEBIAN
Debian Utilities SUSPICIOUS-SOURCE(1)

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SUSPICIOUS-SOURCE(1)					      General Commands Manual					      SUSPICIOUS-SOURCE(1)

NAME
suspicious-source - search for files that are not the GPL's "preferred form of modification" SYNOPSIS
suspicious-source [options] DESCRIPTION
suspicious-source is a script that outputs a list of files which are not common source files. This should be run in the root of a source tree to find files which might not be the "preferred form of modification" that the GPL and other licenses require. The files inside version control system directories (like .bzr/ or CVS/) are not considered. OPTIONS
-h, --help Show this help message and exit. -v, --verbose Print more information. -d directory, --directory=directory Check the files in the specified directory instead of the current directory. -m mimetype, --mimetype=mimetype Add mimetype to list of white-listed MIME types. -e extension, --extension=extension Add extension to list of white-listed extensions. AUTHORS
suspicious-source and this manpage have been written by Benjamin Drung <bdrung@debian.org>. Both are released under the ISC license. DEBIAN
Debian Utilities SUSPICIOUS-SOURCE(1)
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