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RE: [summary] Re: policy proposition for javadoc installation

What's the final decision on javadoc installation ?

/usr/share/javadoc/ or just /usr/share/doc/ ?
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: GOMEZ Henri 
>Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 10:45 AM
>To: debian-java@lists.debian.org
>Subject: RE: [summary] Re: policy proposition for javadoc installation
>>Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
>>> 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?
>>Only in the context of standardization for more general Linux 
>>and/or GNU 
>>systems.  I.e. if/when Linux Standard Base or some similar project 
>>should tackle Java, can you make a good case that they should 
>>base it on 
>>the Debian policy?
>the JPackage team, which doing RPM packaging of java tools and apps,
>has just asked you debian java list what's are some of your policies
>to see if we could find some commons.
>If you remember and take a look on mail archives, you'll discover
>some of my mail to some Debian fellow on tomcat and jakarta list 
>about location of java jars. You'll see also that my RPM use 
>/usr/share/java for at least 18 months, at a time nobody even
>spoke about packaging java.
>Yes the question is not RPM/DEBIAN, but related to LSB, and that's
>why we try to determine if we could find common policies ;)

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