Re: Vanishing /usr/doc symlink
>>"Santiago" == Santiago Vila <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Santiago> BTW: For those who are so clueless that didn't realize yet
Santiago> that docs are now in /usr/share/doc, a /usr/doc ->
Santiago> /usr/share/doc symlink should be enough, not a /usr/doc
Santiago> fully populated by symlinks, which is a little bit absurd.
This paragraph is the reason that oen should follow carefully
crafted solutions to the transition, rather than listen to half baked
solutions. You pay no attention to what impact this shall have on
the package postinsts.
Some packages carefully clean up old dirs in /usr/doc; moving
them to subdirs of /usr/share/doc/$package, and then removing
/usr/doc/$package/ and replacing the old dir with a symbolic link.
All legal under current policy.
And all hell breaks lose if you replace /usr/doc by a link to
Can we sop wasting time and follow the solution we spent ages
and ages crafting?
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