Re: Bug#192869: surfraw: surprized you added so many commands to /usr/bin
Stephen Stafford <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> That's workable too. I don't see the objection to putting them in
> /usr/bin/surfraw though. /usr/bin is where binaries are supposed to go.
> /usr/lib is (mainly) for libraries, these scripts are not libraries.
It doesn't gain you anything to put subdirectories in /usr/bin it just
add up polution.
The agument against putting binaries in /usr/lib is well known. The
solution is to use /usr/libexec which is what GNU wants to. Neither
FHS or Debian is using /usr/libexec though.
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