Re: build-depend on doc packages?
David Fox <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You mean the page that says
> "This program does not have a manpage. Run this command with the
> help switch to see
> what it does. For further information, refer to the .NET
> documentation from the Mono project, located on
I was thinking of 'man 7 undocumented', but that'd do as well.
> Not a very inspiring example.
No, but better than "No manual entry for foo". I don't know if it is
possible to do in this case, but "broken links" sounds pretty bad, a
link to a page explaining how to get the relevant documentation is
> Would it say "this link leads to a page
> in package haskell-blahblah-doc which is not installed"? Or would it
> just say there is some package out there that you could install to see
> this documentation?
The latter would (obviously) be preferable.
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