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Re: [Bug-xnee] --enable-doc issue

From: Barry deFreese
Subject: Re: [Bug-xnee] --enable-doc issue
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 10:24:11 -0400
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Henrik Sandklef wrote:
Barry deFreese wrote:
address@hidden wrote:
On Oct 16, 2007, at 10:10 PM, Barry deFreese wrote:

I also stuck my debian/ dir up there if any of you want to take a
look. It's kind of a work in progress because I keep playing with the
configure options..
 * do you really need to install the lib,
   i'd go for --disable-lib

Not sure. The old package was just copying libxnee.a to /usr/lib/ Is libxnee no longer required?
Any lib files should really be for development only. That is to say,
include lib* if you want people to extend xnee and they need special
source to do that. If we can build a deb without those lib files,
well, we have a better chance of getting a working deb.

Sure.  The current maintainer created an xnee-dev binary package which
basically just includes the libxnee.a and everything in
libxnee/include.  That's easy enough to leave in or remove..

So what about the docs thing? That is just going to be static files?

In order to comply with GFDL we will have to include the doc sources in
the dist. ... there are other ways, but I think this will be easy enough
to implement.

But we could prebuild the doc anyway.

So include html/pdf/ps/jpg/png..... as well as the dia and texinfo
sources in the doc package.

How about the following packages:

xnee-cli / cnee
  Included:  cnee, man pages, info pages

  Included:  cnee, pnee, gnee, man pages, info pages, all built docs
  Note: all programs uses static libs so no need for dynamic lib install

is that already done?  I'm having a hard time keeping up. ;-)

me to :)

Thanks guys,

Barry deFreese (aka bddebian)

Sounds good.  Are you going to push another tarball, or just build from vcs?



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