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Re: Bug#405122: ITP: ocamlwc -- count the lines of code and comments in OCaml sources

* Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 31, 2006 at 03:18:01PM +0100, Georg Neis wrote:
> > Package: wnpp
> > Severity: wishlist
> > Owner: Georg Neis <gn@oglaroon.de>
> Please Cc- debian-ocaml-maint@l.d.o for ITP of OCaml-related programs.

Sorry.  I'll do so in the future.

> Also, but maybe you already did that, sorry in that case, please
> consider joining the pkg-ocaml-maint project on alioth which is used to
> collaboratively maintain (and hence keep consistence) all OCaml-related
> packages in Debian.

Good idea!

> > * Package name    : ocamlwc
> >   Version         : 0.3
> >   Upstream Author : Jean-Christophe Filliâtre
> > * URL             : http://www.lri.fr/~filliatr/software.en.html
> > * License         : GPLv2
> >   Programming Lang: OCaml
> >   Description     : count the lines of code and comments in OCaml sources
> >    ocamlwc is a program to count the number of lines of code and
> >    documentation in OCaml sources.  It assumes the files to be lexically
> >    well-formed.
> Get rid of "ocamlwc" at the beginning of the long description, it's
> pointless to repeat package name there.

Hmm, this seems strange to me.  What do you suggest?
I bet nearly every long description starts with the name of the
corresponding software.

One of the things we have to learn how to do is to ignore details.  The
key in understanding complicated things is to know what not to look at,
and what not to compute, and what not to think.
                                                      Gerald Jay Sussman

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