Re: dpkg Selective Install
> Erick Branderhorst writes:
> > [much deleted]
> > >
> > > So I propose to make it an option of either
> > > a) the install-scripts
> > > b) the dpkg program
> > > to selectively include docs. Or even to install docs-only in my example.
> > >
> > Make it part of dpkg/dselect would be the best. I think. Dpkg/dselect could
> > provide the hack with install-info in /usr/local/bin as suggested by Ian?.
> > > This feature can be used by more than documentation only, what about
> > > including the source in the package and make that an option also. This
> > > gives a solution to the long discussed problem of getting the right
> > > sources. (including the sources might make the packages too big but
> > > ~~~~~~~
> > My point too, don't include sources in the default packages. It is only
> > increasing network load for nothing. People who want to hack are smart
> > enough to find their way to the sources.
> > Just my idea.
> > Erick Branderhorst
> > a satisfied debian user since euhm (when did I start using this?)