svn commit: r211501 - in head/sys: modules modules/send netinet
rpaulo at FreeBSD.org
Sat Aug 21 20:02:39 UTC 2010
On 21 Aug 2010, at 19:20, Doug Barton wrote:
> On 08/21/2010 05:07, Rui Paulo wrote:
>>> Meanwhile, the fact that in the past code has been committed
>>> without man pages is the exact cause of the problem you're
>>> describing. It is certainly not a justification for continuing to
>>> do it wrong.
>> Reverting code just because it doesn't have a man page is pointless.
>> Everyone can write the damn man page, but not everyone can write
>> code. You should really take this into consideration when proposing a
>> commit to be reverted.
> So let's assume that having lots of code in the tree without a man page is a problem. Further, let's assume that we don't want the problem to get worse. How do you propose that we accomplish that?
By writing man pages...?
Like I said, everyone can write a man page.. I did write man pages for stuff that hasn't had a man page for years (ctfmerge, ctfconvert, etc.).
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