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Re: sql.sgml take 3

From: "Robert B(dot) Easter" <reaster(at)comptechnews(dot)com>
To: Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net>
Cc: <pgsql-patches(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: sql.sgml take 3
Date: 2001-01-12 05:41:26
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Lists: pgsql-patches
I see what you are saying about the formatting.  I have starting using one 
space indenting as you suggest.  It works fine.  I just had to tweak my 
editor (kwrite) a little to make it more comfortable.

I'll see what I can do with the user's guide.  I'm working on some material 
for it now but being very careful by checking it against the SQL standards 
and what Postgres does (extensions/quirks).

On Tuesday 09 January 2001 12:21, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Robert B. Easter writes:
> > If anyone is paying attention to my patches in here, I have yet a third
> > version of this sql.sgml docs patch... another little fix and this one
> > takes the place of the previous two I sent.
> I was paying attention, but your patches are formatted so oddly that I
> didn't have time to reformat them yet.  Indentation in SGML files is one
> space, character data is indented as well, and there should not be tabs
> anywhere.  The existing body of documentation is a pretty good example
> there. ;-)
> We could really use some of this stuff in the User's Guide, probably in
> syntax.sgml, or in the Reference Manual (ref/select.sgml).  The Tutorial
> is sort of a fifth order priority -- things don't really count as
> documented if they are only shown there.  That is my fealing at least.

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