Re: circular depends: problem
James Troup wrote:
> a) circular dependencies do *not* cause problems; dpkg, dselect (&
> presumably apt) handle them just fine. The only thing that might
> not is users.
Not pretty though (-:
> b) A dependency for the sake of nothing more than a /usr/doc/ symlink
> is broken. I suggest you make an /usr/doc/e-theme/ which contains
> the copyright and changelogs, nothing more. Symlink-ing of
> /usr/doc/$package should be only done to packages which the
> original package already Depends: on for other reasons.
E-themes does not have a Changelog or a Copyright --> it is just pics,
wavs and a text file or three. The docs from E explain what they are
for and how to mold them. It makes more sense for the symlink to
exist. The /usr/doc/e-themes directory would be a waste of inodes.
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