Since this is a non-free package, I'm not sending it to debian-bugs.
Part of XV's copyright says:
Permission to use, copy, and distribute XV in its entirety, for
non-commercial purposes, is hereby granted without fee, provided that
this license information and copyright notice appear in all copies.
If you redistribute XV, the *entire* contents of this distribution
must be distributed, including the README, and INSTALL files, the
sources, and the complete contents of the 'docs' directory.
While the source package might contain all this, the binary package
does not contain any of the README, INSTALL, or doc files. I would
think this goes against the meaning of the copyright, as he obviously
wants people to be able to *use* XV, and the xv.1 man page points to
XV is also at 3.10a, so I can probably put together a new package
(unless the copyright has changed since 3.01) if anybody wants.