Re: Documentation Policy
From: "Scott K. Ellis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I have no problem when HTML is the provided upstream documentation source,
> and don't want to cripple my ability to read that. However, when the
> upstream source is something else, such as info/texinfo, I don't want HTML
> as well.
Well, you're going to need a script to implement that policy. Probably
the best way to handle this is to provide a way to tell the package system
that you have deliberately removed a file, and that this file should not
be replaced. I wouldn't expect this in version 1.0 .
Bruce Perens K6BP email@example.com 510-215-3502
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