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Re: [gNewSense-users] IMPORTANT: Formating error with the script

From: Christophe Jarry
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] IMPORTANT: Formating error with the script & Problems with the
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 09:14:34 +0800
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Hi Bake Timmons,

Thank you for your suggestion, I ran the command 'find . -iname "*--*"' in my linux-2.6.24 folder and I didn't find any file name containing '--'. So, I've decided to replace:
1. slashes / of the path by double hyphens --
2. dots . of the Kernel version and of the files like 'file.h' by one hyphen (I've found no folder with a dot in its name)
3. _ by single -

To reconstruct the complete path and distinguish '.' and '_', a script could refer to the name 'name_64.h' situated aside the url 'wiki:Kernel/Ubuntu-hardy-linux-2-6-24--path--to--name-64-h'.

Then, the result is as follow:
||[[wiki:Kernel/Ubuntu-hardy-linux-2-6-24--sound--synth--util-mem-c|Ubuntu-hardy-util_mem.c]]||NEEDS ADOPTING||?||1||0%||0%||N/A||?||

I personaly think this could be easily 'scripted', what do you think?

Thanks again for your suggestion,


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