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since a while rpm supports spec files that do not only look like YAML files,
but indeed are. At least as far as I know.
... with proper indentation.
I've been trying to adopt this to my own projects. (I actually just began
re-formatting my old specfiles.) What I found out is that it really works in
the script parts, a thing that broke the spec file parser before. However,
the description part still doesn't seem to get it, or I am making mistakes.
When I write something like:
This is some indented text for this package.
It shouldn't look like this when using "rpm -qi PKG".
The description is indented, too, when I run "rpm -qi PKG". While I
understand that there's no good way to have YML-like indentation *and*
preserve text formatting that might have been done in the description part,
I long for a real YML-ish look of my spec files. :-)
Is there any way to do it right?
Or am I perhaps totally mistaken regarding the YML thing?
Thanks a lot in advance.
P. S. Oh, and vim doesn't get the new syntax right when syntax highlighting
is enabled, but I guess that's something I have to discuss with Bram. :-)
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Received on Sun May 10 21:19:30 2009