Re: Licenses not in /usr/share/common-licenses
* Dominique Dumont <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2012-05-07, 14:04:
Converting a plain text file into a debian/copyright paragraph can be
The end of this blog shows a way that is almost as simple as doing a
How does it know whether to indent a line by one space or two
spaces? I am specifically thinking about avoiding mistakes like this:
 Those [lines] starting with a single space are part of a paragraph.
Successive lines of this form will be word-wrapped when displayed. The
leading space will usually be stripped off. The line must contain at
least one non-whitespace character.
 Those [lines] starting with two or more spaces. These will be
displayed verbatim. If the display cannot be panned horizontally, the
displaying program will line wrap them "hard" (i.e., without taking
account of word breaks).