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Re: fixhrefgz unnecessary when fixing web-browsers in the correct wayR

> I only advocated this as a compromise. I am for #1. And I would go further
> and abolish all compression everywhere. Compression should only be done if
> its transparent for all apps (e2compr or zlib?). I have seen so many
> broken packages because of manpage compression etc etc. The clean solution
> would be to stop this once and for all.

I'm with you on this.  :-)

I just did a "du -s /usr/doc" on my 386DX/33 (8MB RAM, 2-200MB HD) - and
it only has 11MB of docs installed.  So uncompressing those isn't going
to kill me - I'm sure most other people using old hardware have similar

Who objects?


 - Jim

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