Bug#1769: bison files in /usr/share
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 95 10:33 MET
From: "Bernd S. Brentrup" <email@example.com>
>/usr/share is "certainly" a better place. The Bison parser
>skeletons are architechure-independent.
I apologize for bad wording (english isn't my native language),
what I meant to say is don't start cluttering /usr/share before
it has been agreed upon.
A lot of the stuff that's traditionally located in the /usr/lib
subtree is architecture independent and should be moved under
I agree completely. We should move everything at once. If we don't,
we'll start looking like Slackware. ;) (I remember chuckling when I
learned that Slackware included a /usr/share with one file in it...)
Don't get me wrong--I'm all for /usr/share, but I agree with Bernd.
This should be fixed until we move everything to /usr/share, which
will be when the FSSTND tells us to.