Re: [Pkg-haskell-commits] darcs: gtk2hs: control: Don't use haskell:Suggests, since the documentation is in gtk2hs-doc.
Excerpts from Joachim Breitner's message of Qua Abr 21 06:08:53 -0300 2010:
> Am Dienstag, den 20.04.2010, 20:45 -0300 schrieb Marco Túlio Gontijo e
> > Excerpts from marcot's message of Ter Abr 20 20:37:19 -0300 2010:
> > (...)
> > > * control: Don't use haskell:Suggests, since the documentation is in gtk2hs-doc.
> > I've removed the mozembed patch, and reapplied this one, so please obliterate
> > both and repull this in your repositories. I'm planning to make an upload with
> > this fix.
> will do. But in general, obliterating should be avoided. I guess what
> could have been done here would be:
> * Locally obliterating the unwanted changes.
> * Build, upload and tag.
> * Pull from the repo and merge
> * Push
> This way, the tags are still correct and the yet-unwanted changes
Ok, good point. In the next time I'll proceed like this.
> In this case I was too optimistic that mozembed worked when pushing, and
> later found out about the problems we are having.
Actually, I did the changes and pushed, so it was I who was being too
> BTW, wouldn’t it make more sense to fix haskell-devscripts to not
> suggest non-existing -doc packages? It has debian/control available, so
> it should know whether there is a doc package.
This is a good point but I don't see the need to do this right now since ...
> Or do you plan to adjust gtk2hs’s package name scheme to a number of
> libghc6-*-doc packages as well anyways?
... yes, gtk2hs is moving to Hackage. So, in the next upstream release, the
packages names will be like this. and ...
> Alternatively, Providing: the non-exising libghc6-*-doc packages would
> work as well. But I guess I’m a bit too late with my ideas :-)
... this is a better idea than changing haskell-devscripts. No, you're not
late, I'll do this one. To avoid obliterating, I'll push a new patch that