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Re: Error message conventions

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-24 15:29:41 CET

Mike Mason <mgm@thoughtworks.net> writes:
> Is it useful to line up the checksums for visual comparison? If two
> MD5s are different, they're usually completely different rather than
> differing by one or two characters, and lining them up on screen
> doesn't help much.

No, it's not useful in that way -- I just meant that it makes better
visual presentation, because it makes it obvious that the two things
are meant to be compared (no matter how many chars they differ by).

However, I'm convinced by Greg's and others' arguments that we should
avoid newlines, and am happy to pay the price of horizontally listed
checksums, so please ignore my objection anyway.

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Received on Mon Nov 24 16:14:23 2003

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