On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 01:49:54PM +0100, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> No, I mean the thing where an "application" is basically a
> directory containing binaries, libraries, configuration,
> which then appears in the GUI as a single icon. I think
> this is done in Mac too? And GNUStep...
>ROX Filer + desktop use this idea, quite nicely i think.
> It would be nice to have this at the command line level too.
> Basically executing the "directory" would run the application.
> But you could also cd into the directory and mess with stuff
> (given the right permissions).
Hmm, certainly interesting alright, but i don't think it would ever
happen on linux, it's too mainstream to change fundamental things like
that i'd say.
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