On 08/14/2013 12:42 PM, Andreas Schwab wrote:
That doesn't make sense.
Rationale stated by FHS:
This hierarchy is intended to be shareable among all architecture
platforms of a given OS; thus, for example, a site with i386, Alpha, and
PPC platforms might maintain a single /usr/share directory that is
centrally-mounted. Note, however, that /usr/share is generally not
intended to be shared by different OSes or by different releases of the
All user-callable scripts are also located in bindir,
That is because user-callable scripts are in /usr/bin, which is mixture
of arch dependent files and arch independent files, which can not be split.
I just want to package the build script and one of the task is to get
rid of rpmlint errors. And rpmlint say: files in /usr/lib contains just
non-binary files, therefore it should go /usr/share. So I'm just following.
Red Hat, Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
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