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From Matt Hogstrom <>
Subject Re: Applications directory structure
Date Thu, 27 Oct 2005 14:43:28 GMT
I like the division.  Generally I think you can rm-Rf samples but I'd probably 
think twice about doing the same to system.  (Of course I'm not that smart so 
thinking twice doesn't guarantee a positive outcome :)


Dave Colasurdo wrote:
> Jacek Laskowski wrote:
>> It looks fine to me. I've got a question, I can't stop thinking about 
>> (I hope it hasn't been discussed). What's the point to structure it 
>> this way? Is it going to be better to have two directories and a bunch 
>> of subdirectories instead of these subdirs at one level up? Not, that 
>> I'm questioning it, just wonder what benefits are given with such a 
>> structure.
> As you know, the directory structure can be any arbitrary way we choose 
> to structure it.  Just seems that separating the samples from the system 
> applications is a logical dividing line.  Users that want to experiment 
> and rebuild the samples in the source tree will quickly understand this 
> distinction. Don't want folks playing with the system applications 
> unless they really know what they are doing..  So, it is really just a 
> better way to show this distinction.

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