Question on title and explanation of shuffles
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 03:31:59PM +0100, Justin B Rye wrote:
> Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > Thanks. After I apply this, I will suffle
> Shuffle? Snuffle? Suffer?
"Shuffle", I meant. But maybe suffer for you :-)
> There are a few things I insist on doing contrary to the established
> consensus in US style manuals, though; for a start like most writers
> in the fields of either linguistics or IT (and like Wikipedia's own
> Manual of Style), I insist on "logical" placement of quotation
> marks - "like this", never "like this."
I have one question.
1.2. Programs you need for development
1.3. Documentation needed for development
Can these use the same style? Only 1.3 was changed by you.
I wonder if I have to change to:
1.2. Programs needed for development
But the way, here are what I did after pondering on your comments.
(URL link should work after 4 hours.)
New section to give big picture first.
More positive guidance for what to package.
Add very simple package start point for people to practice.
Added stronger message to read the references if Autotools tool chain is used.
Renewed content. Together with S1.1, old terminology section is replaced.
S2.8 and S2.9
Clarified S2.8 to be just for non-native package and explicitly added S2.9.
Chapt. 6 http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/maint-guide/build.en.html
-sa option is moved to Chapter 8 as S8.2
Instead, "-us -uc" is used as alternative case
Clarified for the non-native package and the native package.
Added to address typical 3.0 (quilt) format mistakes.
I was wondering to use "Suspicious changes" or "Inadvent changes".
Moved from Chapter 6. and touched up.
Local ~rc version for smooth transition and unclutter.