Am Montag, den 26.04.2010, 23:16 +0200 schrieb Jonas Smedegaard: > On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 10:57:43PM +0200, Benjamin Drung wrote: > >Am Montag, den 26.04.2010, 20:51 +0200 schrieb Jonas Smedegaard: > >> On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 08:16:29PM +0200, Benjamin Drung wrote: > >> >Am Montag, den 26.04.2010, 17:45 +0200 schrieb Jonas Smedegaard: > >> >> >Do we wrap lists in debian/control (for example, Build-Depends)? > >> >> > >> >> It is new to me - I had seen it before but you guys made me > >> >> reflect on it and have now made CDBS do it by default. In other > >> >> words: I love it! > >> >> > >> >> I do not like long indentations, though. I propose that we > >> >> recommend wrapping with comma+newline+one-single-space. > >> > > >> >I prefer the long indentations to have all items below the first > >> >one. This make the affiliation more visible, because of the > >> >different width of the indentation. > >> > >> The convention documented in Debian Policy §7.1 is "single space > >> after each comma" and "wrapping [...] after a comma and before the > >> space following that comma." > > > >§7.1 does permit multiple spaces "Whitespace may appear at any > >point[...]" > > Yes. That's why I wrote that it is a convention, not a requirement. > > > >> This is in line with other more restrictive file formats (§5.6.13, > >> §5.6.21), which mandates single-space indentation. > > > >In my opinion it has noting to do with §5.6.13 (Description is not a > >list) and §5.6.21 (Files are separated by newlines and not commas). > > What they have in common is pseudo-rfc822 format, I believe.
Yes. > We clearly disagree, and noone else have shared their opinion. Yes, but we agree on wrapping at least. ;) > I suggest we document that there is no consensus on format of multi-line > lists for now. Yes. -- Benjamin Drung Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Maintainer (www.debian.org)
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