Re: Bug#207932: Consequences of moving Emacs Manuals to non-free
On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 10:11:05 +0100, "Davide G. M. Salvetti" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
>>>>>> JM == Jérôme Marant [2006-3-15]
JM> Unless you move Emacs to non-free in its entirety, some amount of
JM> work will have to be done.
> No: if you allow Emacs to depend on its "non DFSG compliant as per the
> interpretation of DFSG the project is holding nowadays" documentation,
> you will have to do just nothing. You will have to patch it if you
> keep it in main.
The documentation will still need to be removed from the tarball,
AFAICT, and the packaging has to be changed to produce a separate
documentation package with the appropriate dependencies declared. There
may be some other stuff that needs to be done that I'm not aware of, but
that is still "some amount of work". Yes, it is less work than what
needs to be done to keep it in main, but it is still work nonetheless.
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