Where goes stacks, included stacks and externals? (wasDialogsinlibrary organization)
monte at sweattechnologies.com
Thu Feb 5 18:31:02 CST 2004
> > This is where I think your making things complicated for yourself. Why
> > not
> > put all your stacks in the MacOS folder?
> I'm trying to be willing.
> I guess that willfully going against Apple recommendations is being
> obnoxious and unfriendly. In other discussion on this list we saw how
> Adobe bundle layout was causing trouble. That is a black mark against
> Adobe. Some of the things I do are, um, ah, creative. I wouldn't want
> those confused with just being contrary.
> Besides, isn't putting all the stacks in the MacOS folder contrary to
> the notion of making the delivery stack organization the same as the
> development organization? What if the development organization is not
You can have sub-directories in the MacOS folder.
> You have not complained about externals going into
> myapp.app/Contents/PlugIns, at least for the app stack. Are you
> thinking these should go into MacOS, too?
The description of the PlugIns directory is for dynamic loading bundles. I
don't think externals fit into this category. I guess if you liked them to
stacks that you dynamically loaded then they could be...
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