On Tue, 2006-12-19 at 22:59 +0100, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> > + #
> > + # Any memory setting may use a shortened notation such as 1024MB or
> > 1GB.
> > + # Please take note of the case next to the unit size.
> > + #
> Well, if you add that, you should also list all the other valid units.  

Why? It is clearly just an example.

> But it's quite redundant, because nearly all the parameters that take 
> units are already listed with units in the default file.  (Which makes 
> Magnus's mistake all the more curios.)

Not really, most people I know don't even consider the difference
between MB and Mb... shoot most people think that 1000MB equals one

> In my mind, this is pretty silly.  There is no reputable precedent 
> anywhere for variant capitalization in unit names.

I am not suggestion variant capitalization. I am suggestion a simple
document patch to help eliminate what may not be obvious.


Joshua D. Drake


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