Re: /usr/share/info/dir.gz if install-info is installed
* Cyril Brulebois | 2010-09-14 12:53:20 [+0200]:
>Sebastian Andrzej Siewior <firstname.lastname@example.org> (14/09/2010):
>> > packages really ought to build if that package is installed???
>> This is true. However you can't install two packages containing this
>Sorry, I should have been more explicit: build *properly*, i.e. do
>what's needed to avoid shipping that file in the resulting binary
Sounds reasonable. However sometimes package maintainer argueue that the
policy says "clean build environment" and having package X intalled is
no longer clean (thus I have a problem and buildds do not).
I went through Contents-* for sid and got:
utils/ssed: [armel, hurd-i386, s390, avr32, sh4]
Which is fixed according to #219988. Probably the same thing as in
#543992 trigered it again.
And usr/share/info/dir.gz can be found in:
devel/gettext [hurd-i386, s390, sh4]
otherosfs/vcdimager [hurd-i386, sh4]
sound/tk707 [kfreebsd-amd64, freebsd-i386.gz]
admin/qingy [s390, sh4]
sound/opencubicplayer [m68k 1:0.1.17-1, current is 1:0.1.20-1]