Re: Some files in /usr/share/doc/foo stay uncompressed, some are compressed
On 2/12/06, Marc Haber <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 12 Feb 2006 14:32:05 -0500, Justin Pryzby
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >So it seems that it shouldn't actually be compressing html files;
> It isn't. The files in question are .txt config file snippets that are
> linked from the html code.
You can do this:
If the .txt files are really important and necessary, you may left
them uncompressed and you won't need to patch the html file.
If the .txt files aren't very important, you can compress the .txt and
then patch the html file.
For example, the original html has something like this:
"You can see an example at file.txt."
On the modified one, you can put:
"You can see an example at file.txt.gz (compressed)."