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Re: /usr/doc symlinks

On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Manoj Srivastava wrote:

> On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 10:26:03 -0400, Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> said:
> > Santiago Vila wrote:
> >> Does anyone have a good estimation about the number of packages
> >> which currently do this? (That is, assume *blindly* that /usr/doc
> >> exists).
> > Packages that
> > a) don't use debconf ( < 5%)
> > b) have not completed the transition yet (85 of 657 here)
> > c) happen to be written by Manoj? :-)
> 	Say what now? Do you have any concrete examples, or is this
>  just humour that has missed my funny bone (well, I do see the smiley,
>  but my chain is easily jerked when talking about flaws in my
>  packages)? If you know of any cases in which my packages transgress,
>  please file a bug.

It's clearly a joke, Manoj.

I'll rephrase my question:

May I consider buggy any package in current testing that assumes
blindly (in its maintainers scripts) that /usr/doc exists?

That we can (or not) get rid of /usr/doc for new installs of sarge
depends on this.

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