Re: [Python-Dev] Python and the Linux Standard Base (LSB)
29 Nov 2006 29 Nov '06
On 04:11 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Wednesday 29 November 2006 22:20, email@example.com wrote:
GNOME et. al. aren't promoting the concept too hard. It's just the first convention I came across. (Pardon the lack of references here, but it's very hard to google for "~/.local" - I just know that I was looking for a convention when I wrote combinator, and this is the one I found.)
~/.local/ is described in the "XDG Base Directory Specification":
Thanks for digging that up! Not a whole lot of meat there, but at least it gives me some env vars to set / check...
On the "easy_install" naming front, how about "layegg"?
Actually, why not just "egg"?
That works for me. I assumed there was some other reason the obvious answer hadn't been chosen :).
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