Hi, Junio C Hamano wrote:

> The Debian build is not affected because it does not produce
> separate git-core and doc-git-core packages[*1*]; probably this
> was the reason you did not notice this.

git-core-doc, actually.

Debian does that only if the documentation is substantial. Even then,
manpages may not be segregated into -doc.

However, I *would* segregate gitk into its own Debian package, because
it requires wish et al., which would pull a large chunk of X11 stuff,
which people may not want on their server.

Patch follows separately -- I'll have to pull it from my other mess
(which includes yet another Debian package for Cogito ;-).

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