cvs commit: doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/porters-handbook book.sgml
ale at FreeBSD.org
Wed May 18 16:18:08 UTC 2011
Joe Marcus Clarke ha scritto:
> That makes sense, but given that we have other tools and sites that
> provide port information, is it better to recommend the shorter COMMENT
> that may not be sufficient to give a port intro, or should we opt for a
> slightly longer string? How will pkgng handle this?
Read it in this way: is it better to have a useless pkg_info COMMENT
because it's truncated, or a nicer web page displaying ten additional
characters and probably a link to the pkg-descr? IMHO if you are looking
for a detailed description you have to look at pkg-descr in any way, 70
chars instead of 60 don't make a difference, but a truncated comment is
like a 0-chars comment. This is my opinion of course.
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