Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of DirectoryLayout


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Jun 3, 2008 7:38:18 AM (11 years ago)
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warmerdam
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copied from wiki.

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  • DirectoryLayout

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     1= Installed Directory Layout =
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     3Typically the OSGeo4W tree is installed in C:\OSGeo4W but it is permitted to be located anywhere on the system.  All paths below are relative to the user selected root directory.
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     5 * /apache: the Apache web server
     6 * /apache/htdocs: The web document directory.  Web applications should only include a .pkg file in this directory, see the "Web Application Package Guidelines" section below for more information.
     7 * /apps: Directory for applications that need their own directory tree, and don't fit conveniently into /bin, /lib, etc.  Each app appearing here should have a subdirectory with a name closely related to the name of the package.
     8 * /bin: most .exe and .dll files intended to be in the user path.  The apache alias '/cgi-bin/' also points to this /bin directory.
     9 * /etc/ini: .bat files to be called from OSGEO4W_ROOT/osgeo4w.bat - usually these contain SET statements for required environment variables.
     10 * /etc/postinstall: per package post-install scripts
     11 * /etc/setup: used by cygwin setup to keep track of installed packages.
     12 * /http.d: apache configuration files, one per package. See the "Web Application Package Guidelines" section below for more information.
     13 * /include: include files required for building additional packages and executables.
     14 * /lib: static and stub libraries required for building additional packages and executables.
     15 * /share: static support data files.
     16 * /src: When available source packages should unpack here with a directory name matching the package name.
     17 * /tmp - directory to store temporary files (non-web-accessible)
     18 * /tmp/ms_tmp/ directory to store temporary web-accessible files
     19 * /var: currently used by Cygwin setup.exe