Adam Heath wrote:
> We first need a script to remove /usr/doc itself, and make it a symlink to
> share/doc, before you start removing the debhelper code.
> Otherwise, suddenly /usr/doc becomes empty, and those that access
> documentation thru that location suddenly can't.
We have never released "suddenly" a new stable distribution, and I don't
think sarge will be an exception. People have the complete lifetime of
woody to change habits, if they are very used to do "cd /usr/doc".
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