On 7/16/13, Tom Hughes <tom(a)compton.nu> wrote:
On 16/07/13 13:21, Björn Persson wrote:
>> Additionally the following symlinks will be provided:
>> * /usr/share/fonts -> /usr/share/assets/fonts (so any Fedora font
>> package can be used as a web font)
> So all the fonts would be moved from /usr/share/fonts
> to /usr/share/assets/fonts, and /usr/share/fonts would be replaced with
> a link? Or did you mean that /usr/share/assets/fonts would be a link,
> that is, "/usr/share/assets/fonts -> /usr/share/fonts"?
I believe the second one is what is meant, that is to say:
/usr/share/assets/fonts is a link to /usr/share/fonts
I agree that the way it's written makes it sound like the links
other way, but that wouldn't make any sense.
I believe I had the order you pass them to `ln` in mind when I wrote
that, but now I see that it looks a lot more like the output of `ls`,
where it would be reversed.
I fixed the wiki to make it clear: