[1.7] packaging problem? Both /usr/bin/ and /usr/lib/ are non-empty

Fergus fergus@bonhard.uklinux.net
Mon May 4 04:52:00 GMT 2009

 >>Just noticed that after the recent unison upgrade there exists a file
 >> 	/usr/bin/unison
 >>Also just noticed (but this must have occurred a while ago - 30/03/09
 >>maybe, the date of a TeX upgrade?) that there now exists a directory
 >> 	/usr/lib/texmf/
 >>with deep non-empty subdirectory structure.  Is it the case for [1.7]
 >>that both /usr/bin/ and /usr/lib/ should be empty as for [1.5]?
 >>Possibly the texmf/ packaging issue has been corrected in subsequent
 >>upgrades and so /usr/lib/texmf/ can be deleted without compromising
 >>functionality; but I think the appearance of /usr/bin/unison is very

 >How about humoring our need for details by providing cygcheck output
 >as mentioned at http://cygwin.com/problems.html ?

Sorry. Attached.
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