Boris Popov wrote:
> On Wed, 5 Jul 2000, John Baldwin wrote:
> > Here is my proposal, adjusted a little as per suggestions.  It attempts to
> > follow these loose guidelines:
> >
> > - MD code under sys/${MACHINE_ARCH}
> > - device drivers (including bus's such as cam and usb) under sys/dev
> > - file systems under fs/
> > - networking under net/
>         I would like also suggest a directory for optional kernel
> interfaces which doesn't belong to drivers (syscall and sysctl extensions
> for example) and can't go under sys/dev/. They can be considered as
> 'kernel libraries' and may live under sys/lib directory (it should be
> organized as sys/dev, eg. one directory per interface).
>         Comments ?

OpenBSD has a precedent for this with sys/lib containing libkern, libz,
and some other library.  Boris has a libiconv that he needs to import
Netware stuff if I'm correct.  If we deem that it needs to go in the
then I can add sys/lib to the list.


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