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Re: Nix and non-standard-toplevel-dir




Russ Allbery writes ("Re: Nix and non-standard-toplevel-dir"):
> I think this is a case where we should waive FHS for this package, due to
> the unique nature of this package.

I agree for the reasons Russ gives.

> I don't think it's worth writing an explicit Policy exception for this,
> since it's a single edge case.  Instead, I think it's a good use of a
> Lintian override documenting what's going on.  Obviously, if Nix becomes
> really popular in the long run, we can then go back and write this into
> Policy.

This is a good approach.

Ian.

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