Re: The debate on invariant sections (long)
En réponse à Nathanael Nerode <email@example.com>:
> Emacs is a perfect example. The documentation can be integrated into
> emacs as context-sensitive help. We cannot then distinguish. Since
> pretty much all documentation *could* have this integration done, we
> can't usefully distinguish at all.
> (In fact, the GFDL licence for the Emacs manual may make integrating it
> as context-sensitive help into the GPLed Emacs legally impossible.
Does removing the manual from the tarball suffice?
> > For
> instance, does the GNU manifesto as invariant section hurt?
> I say yes. I don't want to have to put it into my (hypothetical)
> context-sensitive help file for emacs, which consists of extracts from
Sure. I understand.
Jérôme Marant <firstname.lastname@example.org>