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:Right now, I would really like to see there be only 4 base directories (gen, gui, cli, plugins). I could probably be talked out of this but if we go with that rule, then config would be in src/gen/config. --[[User:pez4brian|pez4brian]] 15:51, 22 June 2008 (CST)
 
:Right now, I would really like to see there be only 4 base directories (gen, gui, cli, plugins). I could probably be talked out of this but if we go with that rule, then config would be in src/gen/config. --[[User:pez4brian|pez4brian]] 15:51, 22 June 2008 (CST)
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== What about Richard Taylor's project ? ==
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Ref.
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[http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_name=200702012224.09793.rjt-gramps%40thegrindstone.me.uk 2007]
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[http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_name=47BC0F8B.3060108%40thegrindstone.me.uk 2008]
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--[[User:romjerome|romjerome]]

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utils

I suggest that we have utils directory (or some similar name) at each level to hold common code that is shared. So for example src/gen/utils, src/gui/utils etc. --Gburto01 12:35, 22 June 2008 (EDT)

I would agree with this. However, I think that a LOT of things that we have under "utils" should actually be their own modules. A "utils" directory is easily misused as a "I'm too lazy to think of a good name and apply proper abstraction" directory. So as long as it is used with caution, I would support it. --pez4brian 15:47, 22 June 2008 (CST)

config

How about src/config (or maybe src/gen/config) for holding the application configuration code? This code is pretty much cross application and I think important enough to warrant it's own location in the directory structure. --Gburto01 12:35, 22 June 2008 (EDT)

Right now, I would really like to see there be only 4 base directories (gen, gui, cli, plugins). I could probably be talked out of this but if we go with that rule, then config would be in src/gen/config. --pez4brian 15:51, 22 June 2008 (CST)

What about Richard Taylor's project ?

Ref. 2007 2008 --romjerome