svn commit: r266423 - in head/sys: conf dev/i40e modules/i40e
slw at zxy.spb.ru
Wed May 21 09:11:20 UTC 2014
On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 09:16:13PM +0400, Gleb Smirnoff wrote:
> On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 11:40:01PM +1000, Bruce Evans wrote:
> B> Also, verbose names break formatting. E.g., netstat -r has 5 columns
> B> available under Netif for the driver name and device number. netstat
> B> -i has about the same under Name (possibly 1 or 2 not directly under
> B> Name, but reserved for the Name column). systat has 3 columns
> B> available, but with a more flexible format that truncates other info.
> B> All driver name+numbers are broken now on freefall:
> We must admit that nowadays 80x25 terminal is not enough :(
> Would be cool if most of tools (netstat, systat, etc...) could
> determine size of terminal and dynamically widen all their fields.
> Thus, tool can run w/o any abbreviations when run in a script mode,
> run abbreviated on a small terminal, and run verbose on a wide
> This sounds like a generic library providing a special version
> of printf(3), which specifies minimal and maximum sizes for fields
> and when extra terminal width is available it distributes this
> width evenly between all fields. Name it 'elastic printf'.
> Sounds like a nice Google SoC project. Or might be that such
> library already exists.
Sound like 'universal common distributed enterprise serial bus' from
Just simple check size of screen and select items and precession for
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