Re: Taking over production of emacs20 package.
"Adam P. Harris" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >In the /etc dir, I have three site-start dirs:
> >/etc/emacs/site-start.d, /etc/xemaxs/site-start-19.d, and
> >/etc/xemacs/site-start-20.d. I haven't touched these dirs (except by
> >installing debs), and now I see their contents differ. We need some
> >coordination here.
> What's uncoordinated? Major Emacsen release versions are going to
> naturally have different localize configurations. I think it would be
> more awkward to try to unify all these (though it could be done -- still,
> what package would the site-start.d files ship with?).
The problem here is not the emacsen packages, they don't put anything
in these site-start dirs. The problem is other packages that includes
elisp files. The command "dpkg -L dpkg-dev | grep etc.*emacs/site"
yields the following output on my (fairly recent hamm) system:
Thus this package fails to put the file in /etc/xemacs/site-start-20.d
That is probably a bug in dpkg-dev, but how many emacsen are a package
maintainer supposed to take into account?
- Sten Anderson
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