Eric MSP Veith wrote:
> I've been trying to adopt this to my own projects. (I actually just
> 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.
> the description part still doesn't seem to get it, or I am making
> 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. :-)
I think indenting the description could be perceived as a feature,
at least I know that OpenPKG was doing this in RPM 4.2.1 as well...
If I understand the issue correctly, you *don't* want the indentation
stored in the package ? (like it is not being stored for other parts)
Received on Sun May 10 21:56:47 2009