Re: changelog.Debian.gz as a symbolic link
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Eddy Petrisor wrote:
> Székelyi Szabolcs wrote:
>>> I'm packaging a simple library building a shared lib and a development
>>> package as usual. The -dev package depends on the one containing the
>>> shared library. Policy says that it is permitted in this situation to
>>> symlink documentation coming with the -dev package to the files
>>> installed by the shared library package. Is this true in the case of
> If both packages come from the same source (as they should), you should
> symlink the /usr/share/doc/libpac-dev to the /usr/share/doc/libpac.
Thank you for the advice. It's correct in this situation, but if the
- -dev package installs API documentation (which is not the case in this
particular package), this is obviously not the way to go. So the
question is still on, is it allowed to symlink changelog.Debian.gz?
> ^^^^^^ is this a request for CC ? (done anyway)
Thanks, but this is the signature (as the -- denotes). I read the list.
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