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MSAFER 7 "26 June 1995" "Groff Version 1.11"

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NAME

msafer - groff -msafer macros

SYNOPSIS

groff -msafer [ options... ] [ files... ]

DESCRIPTION

The -msafer macros remove the open, opena, pso, sy and pi requests. These macros should be used when processing input from an untrustworthy source. For maximum safety, they should be the first -m option on the command-line. Normally they are invoked using the -S option of groff, which will also pass pic the -S flag.

FILES

/usr/local/share/groff/tmac/tmac.safer

SEE ALSO

groff(1), troff(1), pic(1)