[xml/sgml-pkgs] Bug#627962: carrots in ears

Nicholas Bamber nicholas at periapt.co.uk
Thu May 26 22:17:30 UTC 2011

tag 627962 + help

First of all this requires CGI capable webserver so the appropriate
virtual package would be httpd-cgi. Secondly I am not prepared to change
that unless someone provides me with the necessary config for at least
one other CGI compatible server and a suggestion for how it can be
suitably installed depending on which web server is available.
I would be prepared to do this by splitting the package:

Package: w3c-markup-validator
Provides: w3c-markup-validator-apache2
Depends: w3c-markup-validator-common, apache2

Package: w3c-markup-validator-cherokee
Depends: w3c-markup-validator-common, cherokee

Package: w3c-markup-validator-lighttpd
Depends: w3c-markup-validator-common, lighttpd

Package: w3c-markup-validator-common

I am not willing to do that work, though I would be willing to test it

Nicholas Bamber | http://www.periapt.co.uk/
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