On 4 August 2011 14:51, Jordon Bedwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 04/08/11 08:35, Hal Burgiss wrote:
>> True, only if it is installed but not enabled. If enabled, the contents are
>> identical in both places.
>> * * /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/* are just symbolics to ../mods-available
>> If the symlink does not exist, then the module is not enabled. If the symlink
>> does exist the contents are identical in both locations as I referenced and this
>> tells us that the module is enabled (or not).
> While I hate to argue semantics here, they are never identical in "both
> places" because a symbolic link is nothing but a forward to the source
> so it's only in one place and forwarded from another.
I always say that pedanticism (not in my spell checker but it aught to
be a word) is a compliment when said of an IT or Software engineer.
The devil is in the details, which we have to get right.
Though I note that Jordon was not quite so keen on pendanticism when I
interpreted his comments literally in a previous thread
No doubt some pedant will correct my use of the word pedanticism.
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