Let's suppose I want to have a preferences file, e.g., "~/.dbaccess.rkt".  
I used to have a module I would import via 
"../some-relative-path/dbaccess.rkt", but I thought I would try 
"~/.dbaccess.rkt" as a module path.  It turned out a module path cannot 
begin with "/", which happens with the expansion of "~" (it seems).

This leads me to the more general question, what do other people do, what 
is the convention when, say, they will have a GitHub repo with generally 
public code, but some private files with, say, database-access codes that 
are specific to a person's use of a package?


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