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Re: Last part of the proposed changes to debian-faq


Am So. Juni 19 11:09:37 2016 GMT+0200 schrieb victory:
> On Wed, 15 Jun 2016 21:10:20 +0200
> Holger Wansing wrote:
> pkg_basics:487:
> <url id="https://www.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals.en.html#debmake-doc";>.
> s/.en.html//

> pkgtools:403:
> <p>In these cases, `foo-data' doesn't depend on `foo', so when you
> remove the `foo' package it will not get automatically removed by most
> package management tools. The same holds true for
> the library packages. This is necessary to avoid circular
> dependencies. However, if you use <prgn>apt-get</prgn> 
> (see <ref id="apt-get">) or <prgn>aptitude</prgn> (see <ref id="aptitude">)
> as your package management tool, they will
> track automatically installed packages and give the possibility to
> remove them, when no packages needing them remain in your system.
>   longman:
>   need
>   1 [T not in progressive] to have to have something or someone, 
>     because you cannot do something without them, 
>     or because you cannot continue or cannot exist without them; 
>     [=]require:
> maybe needing here is invalid?

Yes, better use "depending on them"
> software:24:
>     LibreOffice.org productivity suite, Gnumeric and other spreadsheets,
> .org?

Yes, LibreOffice does not  have the org in its official name.
> uptodate:15:
> shipped on the Debian CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.
> s/Ray/ray/

I'm not sure here, but I'm ok with this change.
> changelog:24:
>   * Update section "Debian an the kernel". (Closes: #599018)
>  s/an/and/ ?


Well done! Thanks


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