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Re: Doxygen and embedded jquery problem, how to solve?

On Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 03:59:44PM +0100, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> IMO the proper solution is for Debian packaging of doxygen to untangle 
> jQuery from extensions, depend on + symlink the jQuery part, provide the 
> extensions as a shared package, and patch doxygen code to generate 
> docuementation referencing each separately instead of the entangled one.
> ...but seems from that README that maintainers of doxygen have already 
> reflected on this and disagrees.
> I suggest (but won't drive it myself) to file a bug against doxygen to 
> kindly reconsider...
> ...and until eventually maybe progress on that front, either a) try 
> untangle the jquery+extensions code yourself for each and every single 
> package using doxygen, or b) embrace same attitude as doxygen 
> maintainers and add lintian suppressions referencing doxygen README as 
> comment.
> I suspect there's nothing new in what I write here - that you've already 
> come to same conclusion yourself before posting do devel - sorry that I 
> have no better input. :-/

This is the place in which I remind people javascript-common with
multiple versions of jQuery would reduce maintainer burden and avoid
filling the archive with tons of binaries if someone has a spare few hours.

For jessie+1 I guess.

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