[arch-dev-public] [arch-commits] Commit in htdig/trunk (PKGBUILD)

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Sat Apr 25 13:36:12 EDT 2009

Pierre Schmitz schrieb:
> Am Samstag, 25. April 2009 16:29:03 schrieb Giovanni Scafora:
>> ln -s /srv/http/cgi-bin/htsearch ${pkgdir}/usr/bin || return 1
> I thnik it should be the other way round. Imho no package should install 
> anything into /srv.
> What do you guys think about this?

There should be a good rule about it.

IMO, /srv/http is only for apache anyway (other servers use 
/srv/lighttpd or so, right?).

Also phpmyadmin installs into /srv/http. IMO, it should rather install 
into /usr/share and then provide config files for apache, lighttpd and 
other common servers that configure the right Directory and Alias 
directives. Similar things could also be done for all many other similar 

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