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(I recently posted this stuff to-users, but there was no reply.
Hopefully -dev is the right place.)
How come gentoo doesn't follow the File Hierarcy Standard (FHS) more
closely? For example, there are provisions in FHS to use /var/cache
for stuff which applicatons can recreate if it doesn't exist (the the
administrator can purge the directory at will). Putting
/usr/portage/distfiles/ there seems obvious to me. But having
in there (with all memory of your world configuations) seems not too
What's the philosophy around this? Shouldn't edb live in e.g.
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