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RE: RFS: collectl

So it took me a little longer than I had originally planned, but there were a few minor problems to be fixed/tested before doing a new release.  In any event the version of collectl on sourceforge now has the new directory tree structure which can either be used as-is with debian or if some additional tweaking is required it should be fairly minimal, I hope.  If anything more needs to be tweaked on my end just let me know...

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Bernd Schubert [mailto:bernd.schubert@fastmail.fm]
>Sent: Monday, December 14, 2009 10:31 AM
>To: Seger, Mark
>Cc: Tim Retout; debian-mentors@lists.debian.org
>Subject: Re: RFS: collectl
>On Monday 14 December 2009, Seger, Mark wrote:
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >From: Tim Retout [mailto:tim@retout.co.uk]
>> >Sent: Monday, December 14, 2009 10:20 AM
>> >You don't have to get rid of them necessarily, if they're useful
>> >documentation.
>> >
>> >> - is it ok to keep my utility scripts in /usr/share/collectl/util
>> >> - I don't corrupt /usr/bin with files nobody really ever uses?  The
>> >> - man pages I wrote for them DO include the explicit path so people
>> >> - will know how to find them if they really want to.
>> >
>> >That's probably best, because otherwise we *will* need man pages. :)
>> >
>> >So I'd just make a release, and then you can make another release if
>> >we come back with a huge set of man page fixes or whatever.
>> great.  In that I'm going to remove the manpages since I don't really
>>  they add any value and the utilities to have a 'usage' output when
>you run
>>  them w/o switches.  I think it also will help keep things simpler.
>> So should I just consider the kit done then and upload it to
>>  as-is?
>Yes, please. I will then create a new package later on.

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