+ Use /usr/share/doc/gcc-X.Y-doc for all packages except gcc-doc-base, since we can't use @xref between directories. + Stop linking to (e.g.) gcc-4.6.html; the file is named gcc.html! + Update the *.doc-base* files for the new paths. Unfortunately, many cross-references involving the GNAT *info* files have been broken for a while (probably at least since the docs got kicked out of gcc-X.Y proper for being non-free). (This is arguably a bug in the rename-info-files.patch from the gcc-X.Y packages.)
* debian/copyright: + Switch to new URL for copyright format. * debian/control: + Drop the Conflicts and Replaces fields, since even lenny doesn't have any of the affected package versions. + Update Standards-Version to 3.9.3. + Add Vcs-* fields. + Set myself as Maintainer, remove Uploaders field.
There are some issues left: * Upstream problems, which aren't terribly worrisome since the FSF *never* sue anyone for acting in good faith: + gcc/doc/include/gcc-common.texi is wrongly-licensed: <http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=52207> + libiberty/at-file.texi has no specified license: <http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=52204> * The copyright/license status of patches is not really covered. * Some manpages (e.g. gcc(1)) contain different license grants from those specified for their source files. There does not appear to be a way to indicate this, if it is even meaningful at all. None of these problems are actually new. Git-dch: Ignore