Dear Bram, ... thank you. Now I see your point. ... Just a side note: Happy are Linux or BSD users who have one (system) package manager. Mac OS has many, one
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, Mar 31, 2006
On Fri, 31 Mar 2006, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Let me give a specific example:
thank you. Now I see your point.
> /usr/local is a standard place to install additional packages. If you
> add something there it's to be expected that it gets used.
Just a side note:
Happy are Linux or BSD users who have one (system) package manager.
Mac OS has many, one uses /usr/local by default,
other /sw/local and mine /opt/local.
But again, I see your point, /usr/local is more standard than others
and deserves VIP treatment.
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