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From: Johan Beisser (jbcaustic.org)
Date: Sun Aug 31 2008 - 12:30:28 CDT
As a rule, anything not in base is installed to /usr/local. Take the
time to make sure your library isn't already in ports (or a package)
before installing it.
I've recently taken to putting my own packages and manually compiled
binaries under /opt/local. It's non-standard, but works for me.
On 8/31/08, Lars Noodin <larsnoodenopenoffice.org> wrote:
> In which directory should applications store their supporting perl
> /usr/local/share ? /usr/local/lib ?
> Specifically, I have a Perl-based CGI script with at least one (perl)
> library and a number of (perl) supporting scripts to be run daily, etc.
> If there's an established protocol, I'd rather follow that.