[HEADSUP] Staging, packaging and more
eirnym at gmail.com
Thu Oct 3 19:26:51 UTC 2013
I have question do we really need to build *doc packages every time or we
can download prebuilded documentation for stable ports?
There's two versions of documentation distributed separately for most
ports: "doc-source" and "doc-builded". And there's very few situations when
we really need build documentation from scratch. Otherwise we can download
prepackaged versions from distribution site. For example, I don't need TeX
or docbook distribution on my server to read the documentation I can
download directly if I don't really want to build it.
On Thursday, October 3, 2013, Andriy Gapon wrote:
> on 03/10/2013 11:48 Baptiste Daroussin said the following:
> > This also allows lots of new features to come:
> > - Allow to create sub-packages
> > - Allow to create debuginfo packages.
> I'd like to mention a few other possibilities along the same lines:
> - doc packages
> - examples packages
> - "devel" packages (headers, tools and other files required for compiling
> dependent software, but not generally needed for an end user)
> All open up to a debate, of course.
> Thank you very much for doing this major step!
> > - Allow to do a lot of sanity check in the staging area to improve our QA
> Andriy Gapon
-- Eir Nym
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