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Re: Policy problem with HTML Files in /usr/doc



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Christoph Lameter:
> If I compress the html code then my webbrowser (Netscape) does not display
> references anymore since they point to the wrong webpage.

I noticed the same problem. Either we install the pages uncompressed,
or we find or write a program to modify the local links to the
compressed names. It _should_ be relatively easy to write such a
program. I assume Perl has nice library code for dealing with HTML;
if not, Python has (I'm suggesting Perl only because it's installed
on every Debian system).

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