Re: Berlin & FSSTND/FHS
+--[ Jordan Mendelson ]--[ email@example.com ]
| Would we be violating policy if we created /usr/Berlin?
yes. /usr/X11R6 is historical, and some people would even like to get rid of
it. for very similiar reasons kde wanted it's own /usr/KDE or /opt/kde or
something. it's not acceptable. tex also does not have it's own subtree
| /usr/Berlin/include - Headers
| /usr/Berlin/include/idl - IDL source
| /usr/Berlin/bin - Berlin binaries
| /usr/Berlin/lib - Libraries
/usr/lib (share libs), /usr/lib/Berlin (Data)
| /usr/Berlin/opt - Berlin Third Party Binaries
may not exist. /usr/bin
| /usr/Berlin/var - Various data files
/var/lib/Berlin (and the other /var/* dirs).