Am 13.08.2021 um 15:30 schrieb jr:
> clipka <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
>> Am 13.08.2021 um 14:21 schrieb jr:
>>> puzzled what the point of adding '-src'
>>> to archive and directory would be, are there any binaries for not-Windows?
>> Pretty much just conveying the notion that, in contrast to the `povwin-`
>> stuff, this one is not a binary.
> since, in another thread, you professed an interest in *NIX-ness (just
> "hampered" because locked in to one tool set ;-)), know then that splitting a
> s/ware in to separate "-dev", "-doc", "-src", whatnot, is a Linux thing, not
> *NIX. and even then mostly the distributions which target the "Redmond Boy with
> unruly streak".
Then that's good, because no such split is actually intended to be implied.
Just the plain old fact that you need to compile the whole shebang
before it will do anything useful.
User documentation and sample scenes are included (or should be, at any
rate), for instance.
As for the "Redmond Boy with unruly streak", I wouldn't even know what
you're referring to.
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