On Tuesday 15 January 2008 16:03:28 Patrice Dumas wrote:
In tex/latex bundled in fedora (I guess it comes from tetex and it is
now in texlive) there is a simple system to view documentation. The
files are found below /usr/share/texmf/doc using kpathsea (so hopefully
rapidly) and opened using the appropriate application (currently using
xdg-open for everything...).
In fedora should we use this system and put the doc files below
/usr/share/texmf/doc/ or use %doc?
Notice that this is in line with other languages, the documentation for R
packages (as an example) in under the R tree. I would like to favour the
texmf tree as the natural packaging place of latex documentation.
The package that started this discussion is the review
I would like to use this package to be an example to draft the fedora
(la)tex package guidelines. Sooner or later we need them and now is good
Notice that the package follows the consensus on this list in August, naming
the package as tex-simplecv.
All feedback is welcome. :-)