(upstream-)contrib, /usr/doc, and Depends
The package I'm packaging has two contrib programs, which are quite
definitly quick-hack level, not worthy of going in /usr/bin. This raises
1) Where do they go?
They shouldn't go in /usr/bin. I was going to put them in
/usr/doc/naim/contrib, but that causes lintian complaints.
2) What should the permissions be?
If they're in /usr/doc/naim/contrib, they can't be executable; they would
have to be in /usr/doc/naim/examples or /usr/bin for that. But having
non-executable scripts is inelegant. And, naturaly, putting them in
/usr/doc/naim/examples is wrong because they aren't really examples.
3) Do I have to depend on tclsh for one minor contrib program? (Policy says
(Yeha, I know that's three questions, but 1&2 are really one _problem_.)
-=- James Mastros