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Public bug reported:

The list of available command line options shown by 'mit-scheme --help'
differs from that shown in 'man mit-scheme'. MIT Scheme release 9.1.1 on
Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS.

* Exceprt from the man page:
OPTIONS
???????These are some of the more common command-line options.  For full 
information about available options, see the Texinfo documentation.

???????--heap NBLOCKS
??????????????Specify the size of the heap in 1024-word blocks.  The default 
heap size is 4096 blocks.

???????--stack NBLOCKS
??????????????Specify the size of the stack in 1024-word blocks.  The default 
stack size is 128 blocks.

???????--library PATH
??????????????Specify where to look for Scheme's binary files.  PATH should be 
a colon-separated list of directory names.

???????--no-init-file
??????????????Don't load the user's init file.

???????--edit
??????????????Start the text editor automatically.

???????--eval EXPRESSION...
??????????????Evaluate the specified expressions after starting Scheme.

???????--load FILENAME...
??????????????Load the specified files after starting Scheme.

???????--option-summary
??????????????Print a summary of the command-line options, including default 
values.


* List of options shown by 'mit-scheme --help':
$ mit-scheme --help
Usage: mit-scheme --OPTION ARG ... --OPTION ARG ...

This machine accepts the following command-line options.  The options
may appear in any order, but they must all appear before any options
for the band.

--library PATH
??Sets the library search path to PATH.  This is a colon-separated
??list of directories that is searched to find various library files,
??such as bands.  If this option is not given, the value of the
??environment variable MITSCHEME_LIBRARY_PATH is used; if that isn't
??defined, "/usr/local/lib/mit-scheme" is used.

--band FILENAME
??Specifies the initial band to be loaded.  Searches for FILENAME in
??the working directory and the library directories, returning the
??full pathname of the first readable file of that name.  If this
??option isn't given, the filename is the value of the environment
??variable MITSCHEME_BAND, or if that isn't defined, "runtime.com"; in
??these cases the library directories are searched, but not the
??working directory.

--fasl FILENAME
??Specifies that a cold load should be performed, using FILENAME as
??the initial file to be loaded.  If this option isn't given, a normal
??load is performed instead.  This option may not be used together
??with the "--band" option.

--heap BLOCKS
??Specifies the size of the heap in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides any
??default.

--constant BLOCKS
??Specifies the size of constant space in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides
??any default.

--stack BLOCKS
??Specifies the size of the stack in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides any
??default.

--option-summary
??Causes Scheme to write option values to standard error.

--help
??Causes Scheme to report the available command line options.

--version
??Causes Scheme to report versions and copyrights, then exit.

--batch-mode, --quiet, --silent
??Suppresses the startup report of versions and copyrights, and the
??valediction.

--emacs
??Specifies that Scheme is running as a subprocess of GNU Emacs.
??This option is automatically supplied by GNU Emacs, and should not
??be given under other circumstances.

--interactive
??If this option isn't specified, and Scheme's standard I/O is not a
??terminal, Scheme will detach itself from its controlling terminal.
??This will prevent it from getting signals sent to the process group
??of that terminal.  If this option is specified, Scheme will not
??detach itself from the controlling terminal.

--nocore
??Specifies that Scheme should not generate a core dump under any
??circumstances.

Please report bugs to bug-mit-sch...@gnu.org.

Additional options may be supported by the band (and described below).

Copyright (C) 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO 
warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.

Image saved on Tuesday February 6, 2018 at 6:31:25 PM
??Release 9.1.1 || Microcode 15.3 || Runtime 15.7 || SF 4.41 || LIAR/x86-64 
4.118 || Edwin 3.116

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS supported by this band:

--edit
??Causes Edwin to start immediately after Scheme.

--eval ARG ...
??Evaluates the argument expressions as if in the REPL.

--load ARG ...
??Loads the argument files as if in the REPL.
??In batch mode, loading messages are suppressed.

--no-init-file
??Inhibits automatic loading of the ~/.scheme.init file.

--no-suspend-file
??Inhibits automatic saving of bands to ~/scheme_suspend.

--suspend-file
??If specified, Scheme saves a band to ~/scheme_suspend on reception
??of some signals.  This is unavailable on some operating systems.
??Under Unix, this is triggered by SIGUSR1 and SIGPWR, and also, if
??Scheme is not running under Emacs, SIGHUP.

Moriturus te saluto.

** Affects: mit-scheme (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

** Summary changed:

- Man page does not list all command line options
+ Man page does not show all command line options

** Description changed:

  The list of available command line options shown by 'mit-scheme --help'
  differs from that shown in 'man mit-scheme'. MIT Scheme release 9.1.1 on
  Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS.
  
  * Exceprt from the man page:
  OPTIONS
-        These are some of the more common command-line options.  For full 
information about available options, see the Texinfo documentation.
+ ???????These are some of the more common command-line options.  For full 
information about available options, see the Texinfo documentation.
  
-        --heap NBLOCKS
-               Specify the size of the heap in 1024-word blocks.  The default 
heap size is 4096 blocks.
+ ???????--heap NBLOCKS
+ ??????????????Specify the size of the heap in 1024-word blocks.  The default 
heap size is 4096 blocks.
  
-        --stack NBLOCKS
-               Specify the size of the stack in 1024-word blocks.  The default 
stack size is 128 blocks.
+ ???????--stack NBLOCKS
+ ??????????????Specify the size of the stack in 1024-word blocks.  The default 
stack size is 128 blocks.
  
-        --library PATH
-               Specify where to look for Scheme's binary files.  PATH should 
be a colon-separated list of directory names.
+ ???????--library PATH
+ ??????????????Specify where to look for Scheme's binary files.  PATH should 
be a colon-separated list of directory names.
  
-        --no-init-file
-               Don't load the user's init file.
+ ???????--no-init-file
+ ??????????????Don't load the user's init file.
  
-        --edit
-               Start the text editor automatically.
+ ???????--edit
+ ??????????????Start the text editor automatically.
  
-        --eval EXPRESSION...
-               Evaluate the specified expressions after starting Scheme.
+ ???????--eval EXPRESSION...
+ ??????????????Evaluate the specified expressions after starting Scheme.
  
-        --load FILENAME...
-               Load the specified files after starting Scheme.
+ ???????--load FILENAME...
+ ??????????????Load the specified files after starting Scheme.
  
-        --option-summary
-               Print a summary of the command-line options, including default 
values.
+ ???????--option-summary
+ ??????????????Print a summary of the command-line options, including default 
values.
  
  
  * List of options shown by 'mit-scheme --help':
  $ mit-scheme --help
  Usage: mit-scheme --OPTION ARG ... --OPTION ARG ...
  
  This machine accepts the following command-line options.  The options
  may appear in any order, but they must all appear before any options
  for the band.
  
  --library PATH
-   Sets the library search path to PATH.  This is a colon-separated
-   list of directories that is searched to find various library files,
-   such as bands.  If this option is not given, the value of the
-   environment variable MITSCHEME_LIBRARY_PATH is used; if that isn't
-   defined, "/usr/local/lib/mit-scheme" is used.
+ ??Sets the library search path to PATH.  This is a colon-separated
+ ??list of directories that is searched to find various library files,
+ ??such as bands.  If this option is not given, the value of the
+ ??environment variable MITSCHEME_LIBRARY_PATH is used; if that isn't
+ ??defined, "/usr/local/lib/mit-scheme" is used.
  
  --band FILENAME
-   Specifies the initial band to be loaded.  Searches for FILENAME in
-   the working directory and the library directories, returning the
-   full pathname of the first readable file of that name.  If this
-   option isn't given, the filename is the value of the environment
-   variable MITSCHEME_BAND, or if that isn't defined, "runtime.com"; in
-   these cases the library directories are searched, but not the
-   working directory.
+ ??Specifies the initial band to be loaded.  Searches for FILENAME in
+ ??the working directory and the library directories, returning the
+ ??full pathname of the first readable file of that name.  If this
+ ??option isn't given, the filename is the value of the environment
+ ??variable MITSCHEME_BAND, or if that isn't defined, "runtime.com"; in
+ ??these cases the library directories are searched, but not the
+ ??working directory.
  
  --fasl FILENAME
-   Specifies that a cold load should be performed, using FILENAME as
-   the initial file to be loaded.  If this option isn't given, a normal
-   load is performed instead.  This option may not be used together
-   with the "--band" option.
+ ??Specifies that a cold load should be performed, using FILENAME as
+ ??the initial file to be loaded.  If this option isn't given, a normal
+ ??load is performed instead.  This option may not be used together
+ ??with the "--band" option.
  
  --heap BLOCKS
-   Specifies the size of the heap in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides any
-   default.
+ ??Specifies the size of the heap in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides any
+ ??default.
  
  --constant BLOCKS
-   Specifies the size of constant space in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides
-   any default.
+ ??Specifies the size of constant space in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides
+ ??any default.
  
  --stack BLOCKS
-   Specifies the size of the stack in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides any
-   default.
+ ??Specifies the size of the stack in 1024-word blocks.  Overrides any
+ ??default.
  
  --option-summary
-   Causes Scheme to write option values to standard error.
+ ??Causes Scheme to write option values to standard error.
  
  --help
-   Causes Scheme to report the available command line options.
+ ??Causes Scheme to report the available command line options.
  
  --version
-   Causes Scheme to report versions and copyrights, then exit.
+ ??Causes Scheme to report versions and copyrights, then exit.
  
  --batch-mode, --quiet, --silent
-   Suppresses the startup report of versions and copyrights, and the
-   valediction.
+ ??Suppresses the startup report of versions and copyrights, and the
+ ??valediction.
  
  --emacs
-   Specifies that Scheme is running as a subprocess of GNU Emacs.
-   This option is automatically supplied by GNU Emacs, and should not
-   be given under other circumstances.
+ ??Specifies that Scheme is running as a subprocess of GNU Emacs.
+ ??This option is automatically supplied by GNU Emacs, and should not
+ ??be given under other circumstances.
  
  --interactive
-   If this option isn't specified, and Scheme's standard I/O is not a
-   terminal, Scheme will detach itself from its controlling terminal.
-   This will prevent it from getting signals sent to the process group
-   of that terminal.  If this option is specified, Scheme will not
-   detach itself from the controlling terminal.
+ ??If this option isn't specified, and Scheme's standard I/O is not a
+ ??terminal, Scheme will detach itself from its controlling terminal.
+ ??This will prevent it from getting signals sent to the process group
+ ??of that terminal.  If this option is specified, Scheme will not
+ ??detach itself from the controlling terminal.
  
  --nocore
-   Specifies that Scheme should not generate a core dump under any
-   circumstances.
+ ??Specifies that Scheme should not generate a core dump under any
+ ??circumstances.
  
  Please report bugs to bug-mit-sch...@gnu.org.
  
  Additional options may be supported by the band (and described below).
  
  Copyright (C) 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO 
warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
  PURPOSE.
  
  Image saved on Tuesday February 6, 2018 at 6:31:25 PM
-   Release 9.1.1 || Microcode 15.3 || Runtime 15.7 || SF 4.41 || LIAR/x86-64 
4.118 || Edwin 3.116
- 
+ ??Release 9.1.1 || Microcode 15.3 || Runtime 15.7 || SF 4.41 || LIAR/x86-64 
4.118 || Edwin 3.116
  
  ADDITIONAL OPTIONS supported by this band:
  
  --edit
-   Causes Edwin to start immediately after Scheme.
+ ??Causes Edwin to start immediately after Scheme.
  
  --eval ARG ...
-   Evaluates the argument expressions as if in the REPL.
+ ??Evaluates the argument expressions as if in the REPL.
  
  --load ARG ...
-   Loads the argument files as if in the REPL.
-   In batch mode, loading messages are suppressed.
+ ??Loads the argument files as if in the REPL.
+ ??In batch mode, loading messages are suppressed.
  
  --no-init-file
-   Inhibits automatic loading of the ~/.scheme.init file.
+ ??Inhibits automatic loading of the ~/.scheme.init file.
  
  --no-suspend-file
-   Inhibits automatic saving of bands to ~/scheme_suspend.
+ ??Inhibits automatic saving of bands to ~/scheme_suspend.
  
  --suspend-file
-   If specified, Scheme saves a band to ~/scheme_suspend on reception
-   of some signals.  This is unavailable on some operating systems.
-   Under Unix, this is triggered by SIGUSR1 and SIGPWR, and also, if
-   Scheme is not running under Emacs, SIGHUP.
+ ??If specified, Scheme saves a band to ~/scheme_suspend on reception
+ ??of some signals.  This is unavailable on some operating systems.
+ ??Under Unix, this is triggered by SIGUSR1 and SIGPWR, and also, if
+ ??Scheme is not running under Emacs, SIGHUP.
  
  Moriturus te saluto.

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