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Re: [RFC] Header organization

From: David Ayers
Subject: Re: [RFC] Header organization
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 17:54:36 +0200
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Alexander Malmberg wrote:

Another way of splitting the headers would be to put public headers (ie.
headers intended to be used by apps and tools outside core/) in
{Foundation,AppKit}, and private headers (ie. headers used by other
parts of core/) in gnustep/{base,gui}.
This issue doesn't exist for -gui (yet???) but for -base, or rather the Additions subproject, we want to be able to install GS specific headers into a place that can be accessed on non OS X and OS X. Therefore, I think it is important not to install GNUstep sepecific headers into Foundation (AppKit). Yet I have no quarrel with potentially introducing some additional "core package specific" header directory per library, like gnustep/base_(priv/core) or gnustep/base/priv or something similar. But we should agree on it at the same time to avoid any further moving of files.


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