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Re: ITP: typespeed-0.4.4
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Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> No no, it's Debian-approved as you wrote and packaging looks ok,
> AFAICS. Just one question: Is it safe to put the rc file into /etc
> or would there be a good reason to put this into /etc/defaults/etc
> and install via postinstall script?
% cat /etc/typespeedrc
It really is a constant-content file containing the path to data files
(word lists and an highscores file for each word list).
Some user may want to have a .typespeedrc in his home to redirect to a
different list of highscores.
I don't think any user should really need to change that "globally",
as simple as the program is seems a bit overwill to install it with a
PS: default content was indeed /usr/lib/typespeed but being the
content text files and highscores it seemed a bit "strange" to put
that in a /lib/ directory, so I changed it to /usr/share/typespeed/.
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