Subject: Re: factors to consider for the Mac port
From: Leonard Rosenthol (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2000 - 12:34:16 CST
At 11:38 AM 2/10/00 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Bryan Prusha wrote:
> > I agree. I complained earlier about installers throwing
> > files/extensions/DLLs throughout your system, but I did leave room for
> > application layouts.
>I've been following this thread, but I'm confused as to what an application
>"layout" is. Is a "layout" just a directory with a defined structure of
>sub-files and sub-directories, that the application can count on for
>application data (templates, documents, images, etc.)?
Since there isn't a real concept of "application layout" (ie. it's
nothing imposed by the OS), I would have to surmise from Bryan's comments
that yes - the "layout" is just the directory hierarchy for the application.
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