[arch-general] let's discuss /srv again
pupykin.s at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 02:33:05 EDT 2009
I want to discuss using /srv directory in packages
(For reference: http://bugs.archlinux.org/task/16410)
Of course I can easy sed and rebuild all my web packages, but I want to
know reason why we disable /srv in packages?
(Did I skip something?)
>> /srv and /home are different cases
>> /home often network or --bind mounted.
>> for example I use 4 chrooted environment to build packages with
single /home (mounted with --bind key)
>> Most of distros I know (for example suse, alt, debian) use /srv (or
/var/www) in packages. (I can not remember distro which disable it)
I do not want to split packages into /etc, /usr/share and /var folders
with kludge symlinking.
Would it be good if I replace /srv/http with /var/www/<package> or
something like this?
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