brad at danga.com
Sun Apr 13 02:35:35 UTC 2008
Separation of foo-doc from foo is generally only done when foo-doc is big
and/or foo is a required base package (like perl, on Debian).
Considering perlbal-doc is small and perlbal isn't a required package, I
think also that these should be merged.
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 10:18 PM, dormando <dormando at rydia.net> wrote:
> It's ... what a lot of packages do :)
> It allows you to help avoid extra manuals across all of your packages if
> you want to save space.
> Although, I don't really care much myself, hachi might :)
> Andrew McClain wrote:
> > Is there a reason why the perlbal debian package is split off into
> > perlbal and perlbal-doc?
> > I can't think of a reason why we'd want to cut out the 20K or so of doc
> > files, especially when docs aren't the easiest thing to find?
> > I'd like to combine the two packages. Any objections?
> > --
> > Tap the collective.
> > http://www.fluther.com
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