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Re: Embedding jquery.js disaster


On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 08:35:54PM +0800, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> I wonder if someone should do a bug mass-filling...
> If I grep -v /usr/share/doc, then there's "only" 105 instances of
> jquery.js in SID... By the way, is it considered ok to embed jquery.js
> under /usr/share/doc? (I'd say no, but it's still better if it's only in
> there, as I wouldn't expect it's in active use in the package)
> There's already a lintian warning for this problem, but it doesn't seem

As others say, many of them are symlinks and thus are OK.

You even missed packages and anything using doxygen has that
problem because of

I agree with the submitter, it doesn't make sense to hunt down such
copies and link them and *hope* it will work. doxygen uses it and should
do it itself.

> to be enough. I wonder if it's time to reject uploads containing jquery.js.

You want to reject any doxygen generated doc? I am sure that will cause
people just *disable* those packages... Which isn't the goal.



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