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Re: Idea : common dir and tree (Rep:Re: Why not create packages?)
Guylhem Aznar wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 20, 2000 at 10:35:27AM -0300, Jorge Godoy wrote:
> > I agree with you on this. I think we should keep /usr/share/HOWTO. If
> > you must include a LDP directory, it might be /usr/share/HOWTO/LDP (in
> > this case we might also have /usr/share/HOWTO/OSWG).
Careful now: /usr/share/doc is defined but /usr/share/HOWTO is not.
I suggest we comply with the standards : /usr/share/doc/HOWTO
> For less than 10 OSWG HOWTOs already included in the LDP?
> Useless effort. Let's put everything in /usr/share/HOWTO/ without any
> LDP subdir
Putting HOWTOs in /usr/share/doc/HOWTO (LDP as well as OSWG)
would make sense, be diplomatical and also technically correct
as well as be the place people expect to find them.
> > Stein> It might be an idea to make allowances for /opt/OSWG
> > Stein> appearing.
> > I think that we should keep compatibility with them, but it's not an
> > obbligation to keep the same structures for both groups. The ideal
> Yup. /usr/share/HOWTO/ + /opt/ldp seems fine.
Again I think it should be /usr/share/doc/HOWTO to be FHS compliant.
note that this location as well as /opt/ldp still means some sort
of package has to be made (deb, rpm, tgz etc) and that
user installed is independent of packaged.
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