[interchange-docs] xmldocs - jon modified refs/OrderProfile
docelic at spinlocksolutions.com
Sun Oct 12 10:01:44 UTC 2008
On Sun, 12 Oct 2008 10:58:17 +0200
"Stefan Hornburg (Racke)" <racke at linuxia.de> wrote:
> docs at icdevgroup.org wrote:
> > User: jon
> > Date: 2008-10-11 23:37:22 GMT
> > Modified: refs OrderProfile
> > Log:
> > Note pitfalls of broad * file glob.
> Jon, thanks a lot for that patch. I think it is a good idea
> to make an entity out of it and include it in other places,
> namely for include configuration directive.
To do so, you would define an entity in docbook/literals.ent,
like all others you see there. Something like,
<!ENTITY GLOB-NOTE "<para>
A wildcard can be used instead of listing the files individually.
Beware of editor working files, backup files, etc., that would be
included with a broad file-matching glob of <literal>*</literal>
even though that would be easiest.
Then, in OrderProfile, you can write simply &GLOB-NOTE; , and it
can be reused on other places too.
Also, for extra bonus -- this note about globbing is a relatively
important piece of information and as such it deserves a place
directly in description or notes section (in this case
I think NOTES is best).
And it also helps keep our examples clean and straight to the point --
the policy I've been trying to maintain is that examples should not
tell a person anything new -- all information should be in
description and/or notes section, and examples should just show
hands-on what was already explained there.
So in the end that would be:
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