[CentOS-docs] formatting parameters
Alain Reguera Delgado
alain.reguera at gmail.com
Wed Aug 27 14:31:08 UTC 2008
On 8/25/08, Marcus Moeller <mm at gcug.de> wrote:
> Dear Alain.
>> Hi Marcus,
>> Note the spaces before `--'. In the first example I see two, in the
>> second just one. Try to use just one in the first example, just to see
>> what happens.
> Sorry, I did not count the spaces in my ML post. But adding more spaces
> before the parameter in the wiki moves the whole paragraph a tab to the
> right (which is not what I was talking about).
I think I lost the point for a second :D
> You might want to take a look at the wiki:
> Note the difference between the --resolvedeps and the --excludedocs
Yep. Note an indentation there. For some reason the excludedocs'
description is inside a paragraph tag. See the HTML output:
<dd>Dependencies between packages will be automatically resolved. This
is now the default behaviour in CentOS 5, so you don't need this
option anymore. <span class="anchor" id="line-8"></span></dd>
<dd><p class="line862">Skips the installation of files that are marked
as documentation (all files that are listed when you do rpm -qld
<packagename>) <span class="anchor" id="line-9"></span></dd>
If the angular brackets are removed that indentation disappears. It
may be a Moin parsing bug or maybe not. If that paragraph tag can't be
removed, maybe we could tune its presentation ( as you suggested ).
Tonight I'll look inside css files.
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