On 09-01-2022 13:31, Uwe Koloska via arch-general wrote:
Am 09.01.22 um 06:10 schrieb mpan via arch-general:
If anything is missing, consider filing a bug report to gawk developers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why should upstream follow Arch's rules when installing? It is the responsibility of the Arch maintainer to provide the README file in the right place -- when it is useful, as in this case.
Archlinux package does install man pages and info pages of gawk.
I did check the readme and found some information useful for a packager (like targets for printing manuals in different formats) , but nothing that stands out to me as useful for normal users.
What information in the readme do you and OP feel is useful and not available through man / info pages ?