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Re: standards for info install

From: Karl Berry
Subject: Re: standards for info install
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 23:07:52 GMT

    I find listing an absolute installed file as target name a bit

Me too.  I think it was written (by rms?) more to show the steps
involved than as something that should be copied.  I don't recall ever
seeing a package that used this rule literally.

Perhaps I'll add a few more words of warning, or something.  Or maybe we
should change the target to a pseudo-name like "install-info" and excise
the address@hidden  Yeah, I think we should.  Unless rms vetoes that.

    Comment atop of the example stating that changes are to be
    communicated to bug-make.
    @comment This example has been carefully formatted for the Make manual.
    @comment Please do not reformat it without talking to address@hidden

Whatever happens, I'll try to keep the lines to their current lengths :).


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