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From:Allan E Johannesen Date:April 13 1999 2:03pm
Subject:table doesn't look good in manual.html
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>Description:
	The table describing the Host/User values in the user table doesn't
	come out right from the .texi source.
>How-To-Repeat:
	make the distribution.  manual.html results from manual.texi by perl
	conversion by texi2html.
>Fix:
	The items in the table are split across lines.  The result is ugly.
	If they are on one line, texi2html appears to understand better and
	produces a good-looking table.

original:

@multitable @columnfractions .25 .15 .60
@item @code{Host} @strong{value} @tab @code{User} @strong{value} @tab @strong{Connections
matched by entry}
@item @code{'thomas.loc.gov'}
@tab @code{'fred'}
@tab @code{fred}, connecting from @code{thomas.loc.gov}
@item @code{'thomas.loc.gov'}
@tab @code{''}
@tab Any user, connecting from @code{thomas.loc.gov}
@item  @code{'%'}
@tab @code{'fred'}
@tab @code{fred}, connecting from any host
@item @code{'%'}
@tab  @code{''}
@tab Any user, connecting from any host
@item @code{'%.loc.gov'}
@tab @code{'fred'}
@tab @code{fred}, connecting from any host in the @code{loc.gov} domain
@item @code{'x.y.%'}
@tab @code{'fred'}
@tab @code{fred}, connecting from @code{x.y.net}, @code{x.y.com},
@code{x.y.edu}, etc. (this is probably not useful)
@item @code{'144.155.166.177'}
@tab @code{'fred'}
@tab @code{fred}, connecting from the host with IP address @code{144.155.166.177}
@item @code{'144.155.166.%'}
@tab @code{'fred'}
@tab @code{fred}, connecting from any host in the @code{144.155.166}
class C subnet
@end multitable

fixed:

@multitable @columnfractions .25 .15 .60
@item @code{Host} @strong{value} @tab @code{User} @strong{value} @tab @strong{Connections
matched by entry}
@item @code{'thomas.loc.gov'} @tab @code{'fred'} @tab @code{fred}, connecting from
@code{thomas.loc.gov}
@item @code{'thomas.loc.gov'} @tab @code{''} @tab Any user, connecting from
@code{thomas.loc.gov}
@item  @code{'%'} @tab @code{'fred'} @tab @code{fred}, connecting from any host
@item @code{'%'} @tab  @code{''} @tab Any user, connecting from any host
@item @code{'%.loc.gov'} @tab @code{'fred'} @tab @code{fred}, connecting from any host in
the @code{loc.gov} domain
@item @code{'x.y.%'} @tab @code{'fred'} @tab @code{fred}, connecting
from @code{x.y.net}, @code{x.y.com}, @code{x.y.edu}, etc. (this is probably not useful)
@item @code{'144.155.166.177'} @tab @code{'fred'} @tab @code{fred}, connecting from the
host with IP address @code{144.155.166.177}
@item @code{'144.155.166.%'} @tab @code{'fred'} @tab @code{fred}, connecting from any host
in the @code{144.155.166}
class C subnet
@end multitable

>Submitter-Id:	aej@stripped
>Originator:	Allan E Johannesen
>Organization:  WPI
>MySQL support: none
>Synopsis:	html table not constructed cleanly
>Severity:	non-critical
>Priority:	low
>Category:	mysql
>Class:		doc-bug
>Release:	mysql-3.22.21 (Source distribution)
>Environment:
	
System: OSF1 ernie.WPI.EDU V4.0 878 alpha
Machine: alpha
Some paths:  /usr/local/bin/perl /sbin/make /usr/local/bin/gmake /usr/local/bin/gcc
/usr/bin/cc
GCC: Reading specs from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/alpha-dec-osf4.0d/2.8.1/specs
gcc version 2.8.1
Compilation info: CC='cc -std1'  CFLAGS=''  CXX='cxx'  CXXFLAGS=''  LDFLAGS=''
Configure command: ./configure 
Perl: This is perl, version 5.005 built for alpha-dec_osf
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