Re: Conditional Recommends
On Wednesday, May 25, 2011 08:17:51 AM Darren Salt wrote:
> I demand that Carsten Hey may or may not have written...
> > The third example with indirections would have advantages if one l10n
> > package contains the translations for multiple packages (which seems to
> > be planned).
> ... which is something which, as upstream for a few packages, I'm not keen
> on (AFAIK, Ubuntu do this). Particularly if, as seems to be the case with
> Ubuntu, this leads to translations not being passed upstream or, if they
> are, they're passed without proper attribution (which I will reject with
> If they think that upstream should go and fetch translations from them,
> well, I don't want to know: again, no obvious way to get
> properly-attributed diffs.
That seems more than a little orthogonal to the question at hand. KDE ships
translations this way, so translations for multiple packages is not just a
code word for doing something that may benefit a derivative.