Thu Aug 1 20:57:00 GMT 2002
On Thu, Aug 01, 2002 at 10:45:26PM -0500, Joshua Daniel Franklin wrote:
>> >I'll do those. What about coordinating with the cygwin package to
>> >prevent overlap?
>> Hmm. Good point. I guess I should release a 1.3.12-3 without those
>> I'll do that right now.
>OK, I've got the packages with /usr/info/lib* and install-info in
>the postinstall script. I also put install-info --delete in the preremove
>script... is this necessary and should all packages be doing this?
>There might be the minor problem of people getting errors about libc/m
>already existing in /usr/info/dir if they want to keep an old version of the
>cygwin package, but that's OK I think.
>If you don't then you can put a specific cygwin version in the
>requires, I guess.
Setup doesn't like specific versions. Someday, I'm sure we'll have things
like >=cygwin-1.3.12-3 or something.
>The URLs I gave before are still correct. I thought about changing the
>version to -2, but decided it was too much work. :)
No need to change the number if it hasn't been released.
I've uploaded the new package. Thanks.
One thing that occurred to me is that we should probably, in the
interest of disk space, be compressing the man and info pages with gzip
(or even bzip2 if man/info support it), shouldn't we? That's what Red
Hat and other distributions do.
Something for package maintainers to consider.
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