Re: [summary] Re: policy proposition for javadoc installation
* GOMEZ Henri
| >Why should Debian policy care about rpm systems?
| /usr/share/javadoc , at least on rpm systems !!!!
No need to shout, I am able to read. Also, you didn't answer the
| Who speak about debian ?
This is a list which is called firstname.lastname@example.org, which
means that it is a list which concerns itself with Java and Debian.
Debian doesn't use RPM as part of the package management
infrastructure, and any limitations of RPM is therefore irrelevant to
how Debian should handle javadoc, and (in general) Debian policy.
So, again: why should Debian policy care about RPM systems?
Tollef Fog Heen
Axiom #1: You Can't Win