Syntax, shall we?

Neven Has haski at sezampro.yu
Fri Feb 1 10:06:25 PST 2002


On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 10:08:52AM +0000, revo at sion.mty.itesm.mx wrote:
> > Nono, i'm talking about ditching entire support for multiple targets per
> > mkdir tag, so like instead;
> > 
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man1</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man2</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man3</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man4</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man5</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man6</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man7</mkdir>
> > <mkdir>&LFS;/usr/share/man/man8</mkdir>
> 
> <command>mkdir &LFS;/usr/share/man/man{1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8}</command>
> 
> Sorry, I couldn't handle the temptation to support sh.

This might be the reason for keeping <base> and multiple targets. I can
imagine lot of people using <execute> to save some typing and profile size.

Although it _is_ nice when every directory has its own element, without
extra nesting.


Neven

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