HTML format error - Chapter 8
Bill Maltby LFS Related
lfsbill at wlmcs.com
Sun Apr 7 16:45:24 PDT 2002
You realize, of course, that using those tab settings puts
you at odds with He-Who-Walks-on-Water (Linus) who insists
that tabs=8 and more than three indents indicates that you
are incompetent. >:-) ... For 'C' only.
BTW, if tabs 8 gets you more compression, you could have it
both ways by doing a little conv script go 8 -> 4 tab settings
when you edit and 4 -> 8 for checking back in.
The *defacto* standard, for historical reasons, is tabs 8
for text. More folks will be comfortable with that than any-
thing else. I personally like four also.
I wish 'fspec" had survived the cut. It automated tab settings
in many of the original PWB utilities. Ed, pr, troff, nroff,
etc. all recognized the fspec and allowed us not to be concerned
billm at wlmcs.com
On Mon, 8 Apr 2002, Mark Hymers wrote:
> On Sat, 06, Apr, 2002 at 09:43:25PM -0500, Bill Maltby LFS Related spoke thus..
> > If corrected already, apologies.
> > In the BLFS versiom 20020328, chapter 8, Installing postfix,
> > the reload case of the init.d script appears to be tacked
> > <snip format discrepancy found>
> Another thing I noticed was that there were tabs in the file which made
> it go all funny (I've recently moved from using ts=8 to ts=4 in vim) so
> I've replaced all the tabs with spaces (which is more correct anyways
> IMO as different people have different ts's which bugger up alignment).
> It'll go into CVS in a minute
> Mark Hymers BLFS Editor
> markh at linuxfromscratch.org
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