FHS location for locally-compiled bytecode
ben+freedesktop at benfinney.id.au
Mon Jul 28 19:29:10 PDT 2008
Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger at gmail.com> writes:
> Quick question: Why is bytecode considered an alternate binary format?
It is the form of the program that is executed.
> it is portable between architectures so it seems like it could also be
> a candidate for /usr/share.
Possibly, but the FHS seems to consider "executable" versus
"non-executable" a distinction worth making. Is '/usr/share' a good
location for the executable form of a program?
> A related question, though, would be where Debian puts java bytecode
I'm asking (in this thread) about the FHS, not Debian-specific
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