Re: Deleting uncompressed Info/Doc files at upgrades
>>"Andy" == Andy Dougherty <email@example.com> writes:
Andy> True, but one could define the set of files potentially handled by my
Andy> hypothetical '--handle-uncompressed-docs' in an unambiguous way. For
Andy> example, any file that goes into /usr/doc/ or /usr/info (and maybe
Andy> /usr/man?) could be defined as a "doc" for the purposes of this
Andy> hypothetical option. Apologies for not being explicit about that.
Why not create a simpe 18 line script to be run out of cron to
keep things in sync?
Andy> In any case, while I think the idea is sensible, I know I'm not going to
Andy> get around to doing anything about it myself, so this will be my last post
Andy> on the topic.
I think that every little 18 line script dfoes not belong in
dpkg. I, thus, do not think this is sensible.
There's a bug somewhere in your code.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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