Your message dated Thu, 16 Jul 2015 19:19:00 +0200
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and subject line Won't be fixed
has caused the Debian Bug report #661828,
regarding proj -le sometimes lists b, sometimes rf
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Package: proj-bin
Version: 4.7.0-1
Severity: wishlist

How terrible proj -le sometimes lists b=, sometimes rf=.
For those times when one wants a consistent listing, one can use
$ proj -le|perl -pwle 'if(/a=(\S+) 
+b=(\S+)/){$rf=$1==$2?"Infinity":$1/($1-$2);s/b=\S+/rf=$rf/}'
in fact the authors could consider listing both all the time.
Yes I know there are historical factors involved with the choice of what
to list.
Perhaps make a proj -lE if altering -le is unwise.



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tags 661828 upstream wontfix
thanks

Upstream doesn't want to fix this.

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