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Re: Line length for APKBUILD files

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On Mon, Jun 01, 2020 at 11:19:57AM +0100, Duncan Bellamy wrote:
> Hi,
> I read Linus Torvalds is going to stop enforcing line lengths in kernel patches to increase readability.
> 
> Is it something Alpine has considered doing?
> 
> I think lines like the blocks with:
> 
> install -dm 750 -o PKGUSER -g PKGGRP \
> 		var/lib/$pkgname
> 
> Would be easier to read if they were on one line (per install)

It's more like "keep 80, but check patch will not trigger an error
unless 100".

Re: Line length for APKBUILD files

Duncan Bellamy
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Hi,

> On 1 Jun 2020, at 11:33, Consus <consus@ftml.net> wrote:
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> ´╗┐On Mon, Jun 01, 2020 at 11:19:57AM +0100, Duncan Bellamy wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I read Linus Torvalds is going to stop enforcing line lengths in kernel patches to increase readability.
>> 
>> Is it something Alpine has considered doing?
>> 
>> I think lines like the blocks with:
>> 
>> install -dm 750 -o PKGUSER -g PKGGRP \
>>        var/lib/$pkgname
>> 
>> Would be easier to read if they were on one line (per install)
> 
> It's more like "keep 80, but check patch will not trigger an error
> unless 100".

Oh I thought it was a strict 80
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