Document file structure
Charles S. Wilson
Wed Jun 20 20:13:00 GMT 2001
David A. Cobb wrote:
> I find that I have documentation in two places:
> /usr/doc/ProgramName-V.R.P/README [for example], and
> Is this by design or because of a change in the "proper" place to put
> It looks like duplication but I haven't checked with any precision.
Design. The stuff in /usr/doc/ProgramName-V.R.P/ is the standard,
generic documentation that the package provides for all platforms. The
READMEs in /usr/doc/Cygwin/ are cygwin-specific documentation written by
the cygwin porter/maintainer.
So, if you have a generic "How do I use cvs" question, then look in
/usr/doc/ProgramName-V.R.P/. If you have a "How is cvs *different* on
cygwin w.r.t. other Unix platforms" type question, then look in
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