Re: Vanishing /usr/doc symlink
>>"Darren" == Darren Salt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Darren> You do that. I install one of your packages, I not`ice that
Darren> the documentation is missing, you receive a bug report about
Darren> not checking for /usr/doc itself being a symlink...
a) I am not sure we have done this kind of testing at all so
far. Not enough people run without /usr/doc to have any
kind of coverage for our 8000+ packages
b) I'll close the bug, just like I'll close any bugs that say
you have removed /usr and expect my package to work. Policy
dictates that /usr/ exists -- and though it is meant to go
away in the future, we are not there yet.
who can't figger why we can't just make a plan and stick to it
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