On Fri, 2022-07-15 at 13:04 +0100, Sam James wrote:
> I worry a bit about silently skipping given it can go further
> and lead to e.g. unpredictably broken binpkgs.

Yes, not really happy with that either, even though this only affects
documentation files.

> I'd probably prefer not doing +doc but I assume it's there
> for a reason.

Your question prompted me to investigate this again. +doc was added
initially to ensure that the built-in documentation was generated which
people expect to work as part of normal operations. Starting with
bundler 2.2.0 this documentation is now bundled as part of the gem and
does not need to be generated anymore, so for the 2.2 and 2.3 series
the +doc can be dropped.

I'll drop the patch since I expect that this is no longer needed (or at
least, the drawbacks now outweight the benefits.


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