Re: KDE filesystem structure
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Am Montag, 14. Januar 2002 14:02 schrieb James Thorniley:
> The reason for this seems to me to be that the automake/autoconf (sorry I
> can't remember which one it is ;) macro that finds the kde prefix has
> obviously quite rightly found /usr as the kde prefix on debian, and then
> assumed that the documentation path is share/doc/HTML/en. The problem is,
> for some reason the documentation has been moved on debian. I could change
> my makefiles, so that they used $(kde_datadir)/doc/kde/HTML/en for example,
> but then the install would not work on systems like SuSE, where they use
> the standard kde layout. Can I suggest that KDE documentation on debian is
> moved back to /usr/share/doc/HTML/, to conform with other kde
> distributions? I realise the kde maintainers are a little busy at the
> moment ;) so I'm not expecting instant results, but I thought it might be
> worth sparking the debate since it might involve co-ordination from
> application developers.
> Any thoughts?
This is a bad idea. The html-docs should be in something like
/usr/share/doc/<package name>/html like many other packages do this. Probably
because of links in the html pages, they are grouped as kde.
Why not checking the different possibilities for places. IMHO an install
script should _never_ expect anything without checking.
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