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authorDavid Seifert <soap@gentoo.org>2017-11-25 17:48:37 +0100
committerDavid Seifert <soap@gentoo.org>2017-11-25 18:34:20 +0100
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sci-chemistry/prodecomp: [QA] Consistent whitespace in metadata.xml
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diff --git a/sci-chemistry/prodecomp/metadata.xml b/sci-chemistry/prodecomp/metadata.xml
index 46831628e89..168ce755cbc 100644
--- a/sci-chemistry/prodecomp/metadata.xml
+++ b/sci-chemistry/prodecomp/metadata.xml
@@ -1,18 +1,18 @@
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd">
<pkgmetadata>
- <maintainer type="project">
- <email>sci-chemistry@gentoo.org</email>
- <name>Gentoo Chemistry Project</name>
- </maintainer>
- <longdescription>
- PRODECOMP (PROjection DECOMPosition) is a software tool for
- decomposition of 2D projections of high-dimensional NMR spectra to a set
- of components (defined in turn by one-dimensional "shapes").
- Simultaneous analysis of projections from one or several
- high-dimensional experiments provide unambigous chemical shifts for
- large spin systems. The latter can be used for backbone and side-chain
- assignments as well as structural studies of proteins
- (Malmodin and Billeter 2005; 2006; Staykova et al. 2008a,b).
-</longdescription>
+ <maintainer type="project">
+ <email>sci-chemistry@gentoo.org</email>
+ <name>Gentoo Chemistry Project</name>
+ </maintainer>
+ <longdescription>
+ PRODECOMP (PROjection DECOMPosition) is a software tool for
+ decomposition of 2D projections of high-dimensional NMR spectra to a set
+ of components (defined in turn by one-dimensional "shapes").
+ Simultaneous analysis of projections from one or several
+ high-dimensional experiments provide unambigous chemical shifts for
+ large spin systems. The latter can be used for backbone and side-chain
+ assignments as well as structural studies of proteins
+ (Malmodin and Billeter 2005; 2006; Staykova et al. 2008a,b).
+ </longdescription>
</pkgmetadata>