Re: 'typo' in policy
On Fri, Jun 29, 2001 at 12:41:58AM +0100, Julian Gilbey wrote:
> Correct; "conffile" is a technical term (it means something which
> appears in debian/conffiles) and appears in <tt>...</tt>, the 's' is a
> plural ending added on. I'm not sure if this is correct usage or not;
> if there is any concensus, I'm not at all bothered about changing
> every <tt>conffile</tt>s to <tt>conffiles</tt>.
I think the current usage is more correct. Not necessarily in
typographical terms, but then typographical tradition would have
us tell people that in vi lines are deleted with "dd."
I prefer semantical correctness :)
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