* David Majda <dmajda(a)suse.cz> [Jan 22. 2014 17:09]:
The real cost is in using it. More complicated package tree = more
Agreed. And that's actually the motivation to revert the current split
In the new proposal, you just install 'ruby' and all sub-packages will
come in via dependencies (just like any other shared libraries).
* what exactly needs to be installed for some purpose and what is
optional (complicates e.g. writing READMEs and various manuals)
'ruby' is all that's needed.
* what files belong to which package
The new scheme will be documented on the opensuse wiki.
* what depends (or should depend) on what
ruby requires libruby2_1, ruby-stdlib, and recommends ruby-doc.
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