Subject: Re: Why are the build logs called .html?
To: None <pkgsrc-bulk@NetBSD.org>
From: Roland Illig <rillig@NetBSD.org>
Date: 11/11/2005 13:49:51
Roland Illig wrote:
> For example, the devel/cppunit/.broken.html file contains a leading
> "<pre>", which is not closed. The file's contents is not passed through
> a to-html filter either.
> Are there any objections to renaming the files to .broken.txt instead of
> .broken.html? And, of course removing the leading "<pre>"? The code that
> writes the "<pre>" is misplaced anyway, as it writes that tag already to
> the .broken file, which should really be considered text/plain.
Obviously, the HTML quotation is not done right. But I found some
instances where HTML tags are written to that file. I'm doing some work
to generate valid (and nice) HTML in the build logs. I'll let you know
when I've finished.