Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 459532
There are document text files in improper directory
Last modified: 2009-07-26 17:07:00 EDT
Found in mediawiki-1.10.4-39.fc9.i386.rpm
At /usr/share/mediawiki you can find files like COPYING FAQ HISTORY INSTALL README RELEASE-NOTES UPGRADE. Also, you can find /usr/share/mediawiki/docs/
I suggest to move then into /usr/share/doc/mediawiki-*
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Hey, Ismael, thanks for reporting this. If it's useful, here is a patch that attempts to fix this:
The current package in rawhide has some package specific documentation and sample configuration. Some wrong dependencies for minimal (mathless) installations have been fixed as well. From the changelog:
- Add a README.RPM and a sample apache mediawiki.conf file.
- All (runtime) dependencies from mediawiki need to move to
Please check if the issues are ironed out and reopen if not. The package in rawhide may further change before F12 to address bug #463784.