r6860 - in trunk/BOOK: . general/prog introduction/welcome

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Jul 8 13:57:18 PDT 2007


Dan Nicholson wrote these words on 07/08/07 15:46 CST:

> Randy, I was wondering...when updates are made in the same day, why
> are newer updates added at the top of that day? It would seem more
> chronological if they were added at the end of that day's changes.

I simply work from bottom to top because that is the way the ChangeLog
is constructed (or so I thought). Oldest stuff gets pushed down, newest
on top.

I really never thought about it, but I'm not sure it matters what is
listed first. Can you see any impact in one way versus the other?

I'll change if that is what I was supposed to be doing, I simply
never really thought about it.

-- 
Randy

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