Re: Bug#192869: surfraw: surprized you added so many commands to /usr/bin
On Tue, Jul 15, 2003 at 11:48:40AM +0200, Peter Makholm wrote:
> > The main one I think is good is having a /usr/bin/surfraw/ or similar that
> > users can add to their $PATH, or alias on a case by case basis as they prefer.
> Am I the only one considering subdirectories to /usr/bin a bad thing?
I don't like it, in fact, even if I wasn't able to find any other
> Wouldn't it be much better putting stuff somewhere in /usr/lib/surfraw
> and then add surfraw script to /usr/bin:
> People who want to use the commands directly could still add
> /usr/lib/surfraw to their $PATH and people who doesn't want to polute
> their $PATH to use the package can just use the surfraw script.
Using the surfraw script for what? to invoke all the different queries?