[Devnag-general] Re: [tex-live] Directory structure
apandey at u.washington.edu
Thu Jan 19 20:43:38 CET 2006
Thank you Zdenek and Karl for your work on getting the devnag package into
Can we somehow specify 'velthuis' in the directory structure? I
requested such a change a while ago in CTAN so that the devnag package now
resides under 'language/devanagari/velthuis/'. I requested this with the
intent of eventually moving the wikner package from 'sanskrit' to
'devanagari'. This existing taxonomy is a bit confusing.
Also, can we use 'devanagari' instead of 'devanagr', or are we still
restricting filename lengths to eight characters?
On Thu, 19 Jan 2006, Zdenek Wagner wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jan 2006, Karl Berry wrote:
>> Hi Zdenek,
>> Currently manual.*, README and copying reside in
>> doc/fonts/devanagr but they document not only fonts but also macros
>> My impression is that it is better for users if documentation for a
>> package is in one place, where feasible. Whether it is
>> doc/fonts/devanagr or doc/generic/devanagr or whatever does not matter
>> as much as the doc for the package being together. Including samples
>> and README's. Feel free to make a subdir for samples, e.g.,
> doc/generic/devanagr sounds best to me.
>> In terms of distribution, the easiest way to incorporate big packages
>> like this into TL is if they are on CTAN in exactly the final
>> directories, so all I have to do is copy them. See, for instance, the
>> Lucida package I uploaded recently. (Perhaps devanagr is already like
>> this, I don't remember.)
> Unfortunatelly not, I have only manually restructured the package for TL.
> I would like to have the same directory structure on CVS so that
> preparation f releases is simple. I will do it tomorrow.
>> Sound reasonable?
> Zdenek Wagner
> e-mail: wagner at cesnet.cz
> see also http://hroch486.icpf.cas.cz/wagner/
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