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Add installation instructions for Debian and derivatives. #1682

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commented Jul 25, 2018

Not much to say...just a few lines with two points. If you care about the packaging structure:
src:emacs-ivy generates these three binary packages:
elpa-ivy, elpa-swiper, elpa-counsel, elpa-ivy-hydra

When a user installs any elpa-package the els are bytecompiled for every version of GNU Emacs a user has installed. So, if a user was to install the Debian 10 packages on Debian 9 (officially unsupported, but it works fine) the user gets Ivy/Swiper/Counsel for both Emacs 24.x and 25.x. I'm not sure if Debian 10 will support both Emacs 25.x and 26.x.

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commented Jul 25, 2018

Why is CI failing for a README.md update?

@abo-abo abo-abo merged commit 407e3b9 into abo-abo:master Jul 26, 2018

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commented Jul 26, 2018

Thanks.

Why is CI failing for a README.md update?

The CI isn't very smart:) Restarting it usually does the trick.

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commented Jul 26, 2018

Why is CI failing for a README.md update?

The CI isn't very smart:) Restarting it usually does the trick.

Ah :-) Thanks for merging!

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