Tim Mecking wrote:
> Daniel Hokka Zakrisson wrote:
>>What's with all the funky signs after filenames? Wouldn't it be better
>>with something like what the boring CSS template has, i.e. [symlink],
> As I always disable css at the flower page I didn't take it into
> The 'funky' signs are basically taken from 'ls -F' ( '/' for directory,
> '@' for symlinks, '*' for executables. The rest are supplemented ('#'
> for hash files, '<num>'/'<min>-<max>' for number of lines in the files).
> I think these signs are quite intuitive.
I disagree. Given that there are no min/max values for any file (AFAIK),
it seems strange to use it in the documentation. In general, I think
documentation that requires a key to read is bad. It's not like we're
running out of space on the lines or anything, so just putting the
actual word there seems like the most logical thing to me.
I noticed that the wiki page shows things that are commented in the XML
source, is that intentional? It should also use _ as the word separator
in the name, like the other pages do.
-- Daniel Hokka Zakrisson GPG id: 06723412 GPG fingerprint: A455 4DF3 990A 431F FECA 7947 6136 DDA2 0672 3412 _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Thu Sep 28 15:26:16 2006