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Re: Consens for `Filename: ' in Packages file?

Heiko Schlittermann <heiko@datom.de> writes:

> * What is the official place for things like non-US on a, say
> ``european'' CD?  What the layout of this CD?
>     ./dists/stable/main/
>     ./dists/stable/contrib
>     ./dists/stable/non-free/
>     ./dists/stable/non-US/


> and what is _expected_ in the Filename: header for the non-us packages.
> (Currently these packages could be found as
>     ftp://nonus.debian.org/pub/debian-non-US/bo/binary-{arch}
> with a filename header as
>     bo/binary-i386/package.deb

As long as the Filename gives the full path from the root of the CD
(by definition, where the dists directory is), then it's ok.  It's
more aesthetic if it goes down the dists directory.


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