email@example.com wrote: > Michael Ströder wrote: >> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: >>> Michael Ströder wrote: >>>> The goal was to make the ACLs more readable for the admin. >>> >>> This is my intend. >> >> Now the question is: Where to make them more readable. > Howard Chu at "25.03.2012 19:57" That's exactly what I'm doing. But it's current practice in applications to treat LFs as line break when displaying/entering the data. >> It's entirely up to you whether you want to add LFs or not. There's >> no GUI tool forcing you to do so. Not my web2ldap nor Apache >> Directory Studio mentioned in this thread. > > btb at "20.03.2012 13:18" and later > you at "22.03.2012 18:24" and later You're misreading what was written there: The messages above clearly mean that it's still up to the admin whether he adds LFs to the ACL string or not. Whether the user adds LFs or not is not mandated by any of the mentioned applications at all. In opposite to that: Your proposal is to change what the admin enters by stripping all LFs. Normalization might make sense but users have to agree on the presentation form. The presentation form you propose might fit your needs but does not necessarily please someone else. All things done in a UI are compromises and as usual your mileage may vary. Ciao, Michael.
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