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Spaces not allowed in human readable string


From: Valerio Bozzolan
Subject: Spaces not allowed in human readable string
Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2021 16:02:05 +0100
User-agent: Evolution 3.38.3-1

Hello LibreJS developers!

I'm reading this page:
https://www.gnu.org/software/librejs/free-your-javascript.html

And I've seen this phrase:

  Ā«the human readable string does not require a specific formattingĀ»

At the moment this phrase is not correct, since AFAIK the human
readable string does *not* allow spaces.

Try it yourself with this problematic version:

<script>
// @license magnet:blabla BSD 3 clause
// @license-end
</script>

VS this corrected version:

<script>
// @license magnet:blabla BSD-3-clause
... very long code
// @license-end
</script>

IMVHO this is a bug, but, if it's by design, please update the
documentation to say that the human readable license should not have
any space.

BTW I think this is a bug since the example itself contains spaces:

   [human readable name of the license]

-boz

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Valerio B.

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