I'm getting used to Ubuntu Environment, but I don't know a lot of things and I'm still learning about it.
I recently figured out "*-doc" packages are useless inside Ubuntu OS itself.
when I executed
command in terminal, I get result like this => => =>
Package: ninja-build-doc Version: 1.5.1-0.1ubuntu1 Priority: optional Section: universe/doc Source: ninja-build Origin: Ubuntu Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <firstname.lastname@example.org> Original-Maintainer: Gary Kramlich <email@example.com> Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug Installed-Size: 13.1 MB Homepage: http://martine.github.com/ninja/ Download-Size: 5,587 kB APT-Sources: http://kr.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial/universe amd64 Packages Description: documentation for ninja-build Ninja is yet another build system. It takes as input the interdependencies of files (typically source code and output executables) and orchestrates building them, quickly. . Ninja joins a sea of other build systems. Its distinguishing goal is to be fast. It is born from the Chromium browser project, which has over 30,000 source files and whose other build systems can take ten seconds to start building after changing one file. Ninja is under a second. . This package contains the doxygen documentation for ninja.
Does -doc package include man page for the package or not? Removing the "-doc" packages would harm my system or not?