Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Mon Aug 10 15:05:56 GMT 1998
On Sat, 8 Aug 1998, Andrew Tridgell wrote:
> I've now looked more closely at the lib/*/*/* hierarchy that we
> currently have and think that we should change it. I'd like the whole
> source tree to be consistent in layout, and having some deep parts and
> some shallow parts seems inconsistent to me.
> It currently contains 12 directories. Only 2 of those (lib/rpc/parse
> and lib/rpc/server) actually contain code that does anything at the
> moment and there is 1 include directory.
> So I propose to hack lib/ in the following way:
> 1) move lib/rpc/server/* to rpc_server/*
> 2) move lib/rpc/parse/* to rpc_parse/*
> 3) move lib/rpc/include/* to include/*
i want to be able to copy the entire lib/rpc subtree to other
applications. i also want to keep the CODING.STANDARDS file in lib/rpc as
a "warning" to people (you are now entering a DMZ. proceed with caution)
... is fine.
i also intend at some point to do this:
so flattening to a one-level structure now won't make much difference.
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