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[Pyatcron-devel-list] CVS directory structure

Subject: [Pyatcron-devel-list] CVS directory structure
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 16:00:43 +0100

Hi everyone,

So, after Julien's comments, here is the proposal for the CVS directory

   |--->docs/                  #documentation folder
   |     |->specifications/    # documents related to specs and design
   |     |->guides/            # user and admin guides
   |--->src/                   # sourrce folder
   |     |->lib/               # Any librairies
   |     |->pluggins/          # pluggins, with ONE "g" and an "s" !!!!!
   |     |->glade/             # glade files
   |     |->pixmaps/           # icons, pictures
   |--->README                 # The standard README file
   |--->INSTALL                # basic compilation and installation
   |--->COPYRIGHT              # the GNU GPL release 2.0
   |--->AUTHORS                # list of authors, contributors, doc writers,
Question from Julien:
Will the python scripts be in the root folder (pyatcron) or in a "src"
folder ? 

As many other Open Source project, the root tree for source files is the
<project-name>/src folder. Regarding your question, I would say that main
script should go into pyatcron/src and librairie into pyatcron/src/lib.

Let me know if this suit for everyone.


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