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Re: Bug#199917 - A consensus on handling Mozilla plugins?

On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 09:45:17PM +0200, Thomas Viehmann wrote:
> David Schleef wrote:
> > The directory doesn't matter.  It could be /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/
> > or /usr/lib/netscape/plugins.  "npapi" is more descriptive of the
> > interface that the plugins actually use, though.
> /usr/lib/npapi is meaningless to most user who will know
> mozilla/plugins and netscape/plugins.

And??  What does it matter?  So /usr/lib/npapi is meaningless to the
user.  The /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins directory could be a symlink back to
/usr/lib/npapi/plugins.  As could the /usr/lib/netscape/plugins

I'm sure that there are many directories that are meaningless to several

Jamin W. Collins

Linux is not The Answer. Yes is the answer. Linux is The Question. - Neo

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