Re: Grab bag of questions
Matthew Palmer wrote:
They're uncompiled script files. It the case of the .acs files in the
acc package, they're basically a string of #defines not unlike C.
They're meant to be included in custom .acs files to make it easier to
specify certain behaviors by name rather than number. /usr/share/acc
What are .acs files when they're at home? General data goes in either
/usr/share or /usr/lib, depending on the architecture-specificity.
If they're not gone by morning I'll fire off an e-mail, I left a message
to ChrisH in #debian-mentors already.
There's a few e-mail addresses scattered around mentors.debian.net.
It's definitely something that was tacked on with zero thought. Reading
the EULA it sounds like you just bought a program from them, not
downloaded a piece of modifiable source code... headache.
Weird. You'd think that with all of the money that companies have to throw
around, they'd be able to employ a lawyer capable of telling them how to
properly licence their code...