Re: xteddy pixmap_path (Was: autoconf problem)
Andreas Tille <email@example.com> writes:
> On 22 Apr 1998, Brederlow wrote:
> > > request, how about if no -F is given, use argv. So a hard link to
> > > xpenguin gets the debian chap, etc...
> > A softlink would do. You can try it with gzip, gunzip, unzip and
> > zcat.
> Off course, that's what I wanted to write :). It's done now. But the
> problem where to place the pixmaps is not solved. I can't cope with the
> solution to place it in $HOME because I want to only a view files there
> and put all other stuff into subdirectories.
> I would be happy if there would be a directory, say
> $HOME/.config or $HOME/.etc
> where ALL .files (.bashrc, .bash_profile, ...) could be stored and
> $HOME would be as clean as possible. So every new file which has to
> be in $HOME by dedault would make it more ugly...
If you have more than one file, as this is the case, its a good idea
to have a subdir like netscape or xemacs has.
All files should thus be in $HOME/.xteddy/.
May the Source be with you.
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