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Re: Installing documentation from an upstream Makefile

On Wed, Aug 07, 2002 at 05:04:54PM +0100, Steve Kemp wrote:
>   I've almost finished creating a package for htmlpp a html preprocessor
>  which has lots of example files.
>   There's a makefile target 'install-docs' which I've modified to install
>  things into /usr/share/docs/htmlpp/.
That's /usr/share/doc/...

>   Is this sufficient - or should I setup a link from /usr/doc as well?

If you use the debhelper tools (dh_installdocs in this case I think),
they'll set up the /usr/doc for you automatically.


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