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Re: Tramp as ELPA package

From: Tom Tromey
Subject: Re: Tramp as ELPA package
Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2018 09:30:31 -0600
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>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Albinus <address@hidden> writes:

Michael> * Providing Tramp documentation. IIUC, ELPA packages could contain
Michael>   *.texi and *.info files, but they are not propagated to the
Michael>   users. This shall be enhanced, because new features of Tramp are
Michael>   reflected there.

Info files in packages are made available to users.
Your package-building process has to run install-info to make a dir file though.
See (info "(elisp) Multi-file Packages") - search for "install-info".

FWIW I've made a package that consists of nothing but info -- I turned
the Python documentation into info and packaged it so it was easier to
install across multiple machines.  I think people have done this with
RnRS and/or the CL hyperspec as well.


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