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Re: FreeBSD-like approach for Debian? [was: Re: Deficiencies in Debian]

Tuesday, September 14, 1999, 1:18:46 PM, Daryl wrote:
> to or have to maintain several versions of an application, it is easier to
> do if they each have their own directory structure, i.e /usr/local/foo,v1.0
> /usr/local/foo,v2.0, etc. with a symlink pointing to the default version.

    As pointed out in private mail, this is not true.  The files can be named
differently.  That is how we handle multiple versions of the same things (See
Perl 5.004 vs. Perl 5.005).

         Steve C. Lamb         | I'm your priest, I'm your shrink, I'm your
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