Re: Package with non-free build-depends
Josip Rodin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 02:55:50PM +0200, Richard Braakman wrote:
> > > > Hm, I don't think I like this. The gif images aren't the preferred form
> > > > of modification. Would we accept it if someone had a program written in
> > > > a language which only had a non-free compiler, then uploaded source
> > > > packages to main which contained object files, and just set
> > > > Architecture: i386 ? I don't think so.
> > >
> > > That's the wrong analogy, because images are not programs, they are data.
> > > If I wrote this email in a non-free editor, would you consider the data in
> > > the email non-free just because of that?
> > On the other hand, if you change the program, you would like to change
> > the documentation along with it, yes? And in an entirely free system,
> > doing so would either destroy the images or leave them incorrect.
> > Losing a feature just because you recompile is not the mark of a free program.
> What _is_ on those images, anyway? I didn't see anyone saying that
> recompiling would destroy the images or leave them incorrect.
>From the doxygen documentation:
Doxygen uses the "dot" tool to generate the following graphs:
* if GRAPHICAL_HIERARCHY is set to YES, a graphical representation
of the class hierarchy will be drawn, along with the textual
one. Currently this feature is supported for HTML only.
Warning: When you have a very large class hierarchy where many
classes derive from a common base class, the resulting image may
become too big to handle for some browsers.
* if CLASS_GRAPH is set to YES, a graph will be generated for each
documented class showing the direct and indirect inheritance
relations. This disables the generation of the built-in class
* if INCLUDE_GRAPH is set to YES, an include dependency graph is
generated for each documented file that includes at least one
other file. This feature is currently supported for HTML and RTF
* if COLLABORATION_GRAPH is set to YES, a graph is drawn for each
documented class and struct that shows:
o the inheritance relations with base classes.
o the usage relations with other structs and classes
(e.g. class A has a member variable m_a of type class B,
then A has an arrow to B with m_a as label).
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