On Sun, May 05, 2002 at 10:27:32PM +0900, Junichi Uekawa wrote: > Hi, > > There are some shared library packages that contain binaries in usr/bin > It is generally a bad idea, considering co-installation of > shared libraries with different sonames. > > The xxx-config scripts, most probably belong in -dev package. > [ ... the big list ... ] Without getting into the big libexec debate, fine bugs against the couple of packages which have -config scripts in the libfoo package rather than the libfoo-dev package immediately. This assuming of course there is a libfoo-dev package, of course. There were only one or two of those I saw, so you should file them now, regardless of the result of the rest of this debate. Just my opinion, of course. -- Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> Not many fishes *** Topic for #redhat: ReDHaT is the answer to all your problems. It could be the start too!
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