Subject: Re: The HylaFAX "Where do binaries go?" meta-issue
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: VaX#n8 <email@example.com>
Date: 03/15/1995 04:18:36
Has anyone considered creating a n-space with axes for each of the software
placement issues (machine-dependent, transient, needed-at-boot-time,
runtime/config file, whatever) to provide a degree of precision that will
satisfy the pickiest of OS's and mapping these to destination directories
for target OS's? This could apply to man pages, et. al.
And, of course, a way to add new axes as we add pickier OS's or come up
with categorizations that offer performance advantages.
...still waiting for the remote-mount, configure for local system, compile
program, install & clean up whenever a new version comes out, universal
software update automation script. :)
VaX#n8 (vak-sa-nate) - n, CS senior++ and Unix junkie - firstname.lastname@example.org
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