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Re: [OT] GentooLinux GNUstep Developer


From: Chad Hardin
Subject: Re: [OT] GentooLinux GNUstep Developer
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2003 17:58:57 -1000

Well, I knew someone was going to mention this:

The basic idea is that there is no Local. Applications, whether package/installed or user installed go in /Applications, that's just where apps go. There is still a /System/Applications, but it is being used for apps which the user will never directly launch,such as GWorkspace or Stepbox.

Just about everything, besides the gnustep-core, is installed in /.

That's just the way i decided to do it.


Chadio



On Nov 27, 2003, at 2:39 PM, thisguyisi wrote:

Chad Hardin wrote:

Splattering the root directory? That seems to be pretty charged statement, what is your meaning?

Anyhow. GNUstep is navigated and the applications are launched by directly traversing the filesystem, there is no obfuscated "start" menu setup. Therefore, the filesystem should be made to be as easily navigable as possible.

Chad


On Nov 27, 2003, at 12:02 AM, MJ Ray wrote:

Chad Hardin <address@hidden> wrote:

They don't allow for exceptions to be made for *Debian* packages. That
is why I created my own GNUstep repository for GNUstep stuff which
installs in sensible locations.


Why is splattering the root dir any more sensible than installing into
/usr/lib/GNUstep ?


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The only question I have for the setup is: what was the reason the Local domain is installed as "/" instead of "/Local"? Wouldn't installing the GNUstep programs to "/Local" keep a better separation of "GNUstep oriented stuff" from "standard GNU/Linux" stuff? It would also match the GNUstep Filesystem Hierarchy Document.

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-Lee






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