[Phpmyadmin-devel] Using all-languages or utf8-only for Debian package?

Thijs Kinkhorst thijs at debian.org
Tue Apr 10 13:36:07 CEST 2007


I'm the Debian packager of phpMyadmin. I've quite recently taken over
the package, and while we were approaching a new release (Etch) I haven't
made extensive changes, but now Etch is out I plan to polish it up quite
a bit.

In that context I was wondering the following: we're currently packaging
from the 'all-locales.tar.gz' from the website, but I'm considering to
switch to the 'utf8-only' tarball. It's quite a bit smaller so it will
reduce the installed size for users.

Do you think using the utf8-only tarball would cause problems or is it a
safe thing to do?

Otherwise, if you as upstream authors have any comments on the Debian
packaging, I'm glad to hear it.

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