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Bug#4495: gs fonts should be in /usr/share/ghostscript/fonts

On Sep 17, 11:37am, Lars Wirzenius wrote:
} Subject: Bug#4495: gs fonts should be in /usr/share/ghostscript/fonts
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} joost witteveen:
} > Could you (or somebody else on this list) point me to some text that
} > details this rule? My /usr/share is next to empty, while /usr/lib
} > contains _lot's_ of system-independand files
} /usr/share is part of the next revision of the FSSTND (now called
} FHS). I don't think Debian has embraced it yet, nor should we, since
} it's not finished yet.

So why do we choose to use /usr/share for locales, for example? I
remember we discussed that and adopted /usr/share, no?


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