Subject: Re: Seperate share tarball?
To: Ross Harvey <email@example.com>
From: Simon Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/04/1999 13:42:38
[[ cc'd to tech-install as well - probably more relevent there ]]
Ross Harvey wrote:
> This has been on my "it would be nice if..." list for a while. We would
> need to tweak the tree a little, the man pages are _supposed_ to be generated
> the same way for all ports, but not everyone understands this and some
> people still write Makefile's that conditionally descend into directories
> with man pages. Sometimes a different version of the same program is used,
> and the man page isn't installed an extra level down like it should be.
Here's a list by arch/machine from the distrib set lists for 1.4 of what
contains /usr/share that's not in an MI set (I've left man pages out as
So the good news is that there's no conflicts. Isn't pcvt meant to
be going? If so, that's another one that's easy to fix :-) The Amiga
and Atari keymaps seem to be just a binary dump of a table - should
be easy. The x68k keymaps are part of a stripped a.out file - maybe
not so easy...
A start to this is probably creating a separate "share" set now and then
try to remove all the ad.* and md.* files later on as things get moved
to share/mi. Sound good?