[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] Pbi-dev Digest, Vol 41, Issue 16
ken at pcbsd.org
Thu Aug 26 05:12:28 PDT 2010
When writing a program or script in shell, any line that begins with a #
is a comment line that the computer ignores. (Except the #!/bin/bash
line at the top which tells the computer to run the script in a shell)
If the entire file only contains comments (like some of the template
files that were not modified), go ahead and delete the file because the
computer is going to ignore it anyway. That is what I meant by an
For an example, just take a look at any of the files within the
overlay-directory in the module you sent in (except the icon of course
:-) All of those files only contained comments at the top of the file
and as such were unnecessary.
I hope this clear things up!
On 08/26/2010 01:56, Sam Lin wrote:
> Hi Ken,
> I left all those files in the template as are because I have no clue
> what files are unused by the pbi-builder.
>> The gnumeric module has been added to svn. It should be built here in
>> the next few days, and then I will test and approve if it all checks out.
>> For future reference:
>> 1: Remove all unused files
>> 2: The icon name in pbi.conf was incorrect
>> Other than that, it looked good.
>> Thank you for the module!
>> ~ Ken Moore
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