> Alexander Skwar:

> > locations?  For example, SuSE puts binaries for X in /usr/bin/X11.  RPMs I've used 
> > upgrade apps keep putting X binaries in /usr/bin. (Is that the Red Hat standard?)
> And that's why an install time macro would be so handy.  If this would be
> used, it wouldn't so much matter where the distributor of the RPM places
> binaries.

what do you mean by an install time macro?  rpm's, but also tgz and the
debian packager specify postinstall-scripts.  you want propably a com-
bination of this and automake?


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