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Re: doc/LANG



**On 11 Aug, MB (Marco Budde) wrote:
MB>MB>> And we need a filesystem standard for documentation in foreign languages.
MB>MB>> I would suggest /usr/doc/LANG/<de,fr,it...> as used by the doc-linux
MB>MB>> packages.
MB>CLB> Since last year, we already use /usr/doc/LANG ;-). Indeed "french"
MB>CLB> package (doc-linux-fr, xtel, ...) use this.
MB>
MB>But it's not an official Debian standard, isn't it? We should include this  
MB>include this in the policy.

Well, it's an unofficial Debian standard then ;-): there is already
/usr/doc/LANG/{de,es,fr,it}... It has been decided ~ oct 96, i think.

Yes, we must include this in the policy manual IMHO...

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