[MLton] A4 paper in user guide
Wesley W. Terpstra
Sat, 11 Dec 2004 01:59:45 +0100
On Fri, Dec 10, 2004 at 06:29:47PM -0600, Henry Cejtin wrote:
> Yes, I thought about that but for people who use the binary packages, it
> won't matter (except now they prefer our bugs when it uses A4 by mistake).
Most people in Europe can't print letter.
Just thought I'd mention that.
> I must say, I read a paper describing why the European sizes (A4, etc.) are
> they way they are, and they are MUCH more sensible than our sizes. The key
> point is that if you take a standard size and cut it into two parts by
> halving the long size, then the aspect ratio does not change. That requires
> that the aspect ratio be the square root of 2. Truly very nice.
Toilette paper is A6.
Wesley W. Terpstra <email@example.com>