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Re: Multi-binary packages and documentation directories

Tom Lees <tom@lpsg.demon.co.uk> writes:

> What exactly is the correct place for multi-binary packages to place their
> documentation

For the specific case of shared libs, I've been making only one
directory, libreadline2 for example, and putting documentation for
both libreadline2 and libreadline2-dev in it.  There is only one
copyright and changelog file, installed by libreadline2.

For related packages which are not shared libraries, I think a symlink
in /usr/doc is appropriate.


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