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On Sat, 2011-06-25 at 17:23 +0200, Erich Christian wrote:
Hi Drew, *

Am 25.06.2011 16:10, schrieb drew:
On Sat, 2011-06-25 at 11:10 +0200, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
The script adds some additional stuff related to the browser that is
launched when using the DVD on Windows (Kmelon browser, and the
launchers to install LO directly)

hmm - didn't know about that. well, I knew the German team used that but
didn't realize it would come along with the tooling. If we continue the
path we are on with the NA disc space is going to be at a premium - IF
we ask for that not to be included (I'm not asking to remove it here)
would that be a big problem?

Actually there's just one folder 'bin' related to K-Meleon within assets
which might get exported to your static NA html folder. If it's there (a
test will show) it may easily be deleted before starting the iso build
process which is probably less effort than writing another
'link-extract' script...

Hallo Erich,

Right - got it. 

Content of 'bin' won't do any harm anyways except stealing some space
without the other related files we add manually to the de_DVD root.

Well, I'm not really voicing a preference one way or the other past a
possible concern for space, down the road some actually. 

So I think for now this is a non-issue, there is space at the moment.



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