[PATCH 0 of 7] Build documentation using distutils - v4
mg at lazybytes.net
Thu Dec 3 17:17:06 CST 2009
Pascal Quantin <pascal.quantin at gmail.com> writes:
>> 2009-11-30 Dan Villiom Podlaski Christiansen<danchr at gmail.com>
>> * contrib/bash/hg, contrib/bash_completion, contrib/zsh/_hg,
>> contrib/zsh_completion, setup.py:
>> setup: install some useful data files.
>> The selection is somewhat arbitrary. In the case of the Zsh
>> completion file, it will not conflict with the builtin Zsh
>> completions: they are in a file named `_mercurial', not `_hg'.
>> [4a4fa19cd99d] [install-data.diff]
> Same thing here, the mercurial.iss script should be updated (and we
> could add the bash script also).
After the renaming, the completion scripts are now called '_hg' and
'hg'. So perhaps it's better to copy the folder too, i.e., to copy
'zsh/_hg' and 'bash/hg'? But perhaps more importantly: are these files
even useful on Windows?
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