Hi,

Roland Stigge wrote:
> =========================================================================
> W: libxenomai-dev: symlink-is-self-recursive
> usr/include/xenomai/asm-generic/xenomai .
> N:
> N:   The symbolic link is recursive to a higher directory of the symlink
> N:   itself. This means, that you can infinitely chdir with this symlink.
> N:   This is usually not okay, but sometimes wanted behaviour.
> N:
> W: libxenomai-dev: symlink-is-self-recursive
> usr/include/xenomai/asm-sim/asm .
> W: libxenomai-dev: symlink-is-self-recursive
> usr/include/xenomai/asm-sim/xenomai .
> W: libxenomai-dev: symlink-is-self-recursive
> usr/include/xenomai/asm-x86/xenomai .
> W: libxenomai-dev: symlink-is-self-recursive usr/include/xenomai/xenomai .
> =========================================================================
> 
> I.e. installing Xenomai created those recursive links which might be
> there for source compatibility reasons. Can they be removed at some
> point or should I accept the above issue as intended for the future?

No comment from anyone? Maybe I should detect the necessity for those
links by removing and seeing if anyone complains? ;-)

bye,
  Roland

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