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I just got the impression YML was the way to go for you to have a grammar
for *.spec files. It seemed natural to me, since specs and YML already have
similar looks. I *don't* want any new customized Pimp-my-RPM features. I
just want to know how *you* want RPM spec files to look like, and want to
adopt that. (Even if you're going to choose XML, but I'm going to have
On Sunday 10 May 2009, Jeff Johnson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On May 10, 2009, at 3:40 PM, Anders F Björklund wrote:
> > 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)
> This is a problem with all mark-up, defining the boundaries for
> invisible CDATA whitespace.
> But specifically for indentation in %description, I could likely
> left trim (and right trim) all the lines in %description
> (and likely %changelog) in a matter of hours.
> That's one way of clarifying what is CDATA and what is markup,
> nuke it according to a rule.
> With all the usual disabler and customization baggage to
> "Have ityour own way!" that is invariably expected of rpm, sigh ...
> 73 de
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Received on Sun May 10 22:11:28 2009