Am Montag 07 Mai 2012, 01:24:39 schrieb Ulrich Mueller: > >>>>> On Mon, 07 May 2012, Samuli Suominen wrote:
> > On 05/07/2012 01:27 AM, Ulrich Mueller wrote:
> >> Are we now using behaviour of editors as a reference? With Emacs or
> >> XEmacs, the template includes RESTRICT and places it before DEPEND
> >> and RDEPEND.
> > I would rather see RESTRICT dropped from the template included for
> > emacs, because it's not expected for majority of ebuilds to have
> > need for it (a fact).
> So what? Then you just leave the variable empty. The template (or
> rather "skeleton" in Emacs' terms) knows that the RESTRICT variable is
> optional and will automatically remove the line.
> > The template for emacs should be kept in sync with the example for
> > vim (or whichever way around).
> The skeleton for Emacs is kept in sync with skel.ebuild and the
> devmanual, of course. I don't use vim and therefore I don't know what
> its template does.
> >>> Therefore I suggest we move this example a bit down in skel.ebuild
> >>> as it's more logical to continue with new lines instead of applying
> >>> in-between
> >>> Any objections?
> >> Yes. Please leave it as it is.
> > Yeah, I will if someone has a (good) argument for doing so.
> RESTRICT and PROPERTIES are on a single line and it's natural to add
> them to the second group of such variables, namely LICENSE, SLOT,
> KEYWORDS, and IUSE.
> Whereas DEPEND and RDEPEND typically extend over several lines;
> sometimes they are quite long. So, a RESTRICT line placed after
> *DEPEND will be much more easily missed than in its current place.
This entire ridiculous discussion just makes me convinced that it's best to
* use neither vi nor emacs
* and stick to my own personal preference of variable order, which is not
identical to either.
Andreas K. Huettel
Gentoo Linux developer