Re: Vanishing /usr/doc symlink
I demand that Manoj Srivastava may or may not have written...
> As I have said before, current policy makes it perfectly legal to do things
> if [ -d /usr/doc/$package ]; then
> rm -rf /usr/doc/$package;
> ln -sf ../share/doc/$package /usr/doc/$package
You do that. I install one of your packages, I notice that the documentation
is missing, you receive a bug report about not checking for /usr/doc itself
being a symlink...
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