/usr/src/etc/mail/aliases formatting

2013-06-23 Thread Michał Markowski
Now, this file is mix of spaces and tabs: $ vis -t /cvs/src/etc/mail/aliases # #\^I$OpenBSD: aliases,v 1.37 2012/10/13 07:42:39 dcoppa Exp $ # # Aliases in this file will NOT be expanded in the header from # Mail, but WILL be visible over networks or from /usr/libexec/mail.local. # #\^I\^IThe

Re: /usr/src/etc/mail/aliases formatting

2013-06-23 Thread Nick Holland
On 06/23/13 04:39, Michał Markowski wrote: Now, this file is mix of spaces and tabs: $ vis -t /cvs/src/etc/mail/aliases # #\^I$OpenBSD: aliases,v 1.37 2012/10/13 07:42:39 dcoppa Exp $ ... This diff provides more consistent formatting with tabs throughout the file (sorry for link, but gmail

Re: /usr/src/etc/mail/aliases formatting

2013-06-23 Thread Michał Markowski
2013/6/23 Nick Holland n...@holland-consulting.net: I do believe this would be an annoyance for upgraders who have local entries in this file, as sysmerge would detect lots of changes, plus the local changes. I'm not sure what the benefit would be to those people. Those people can just keep

Re: /usr/src/etc/mail/aliases formatting

2013-06-23 Thread Stuart Henderson
I wasn't sure when I first read this diff in private mail, but... On 2013/06/23 10:40, Michał Markowski wrote: Now, this file is mix of spaces and tabs: $ vis -t /cvs/src/etc/mail/aliases ...I didn't look too hard at the existing file to see how it looked. vis -t makes it clear that it's an