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Jiri Srain wrote:
Do we want to call these packages -doc? It may be
confusing, one may expect
the end-user documentation in these packages, but what he finds is (mostly)
the autogenerated documentation targeted for developers.
We already have eg. the yast2-devel package which contains only documentation
for developers. I'd find it consistent calling the packages this way (eg.
yast2-installatoin-devel in thexample above).
I checked with local packagers, there is no rule on how such packages should
be caleld. There are already some -devel-doc packages in autobuild, but they
are just about five.
Any other ideas?
- -devel-doc sounds straightforward and sane to me.
-o) Pascal Bleser http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/
/\\ <pascal.bleser(a)skynet.be> <guru(a)unixtech.be>
_\_v The more things change, the more they stay insane.
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