On Mon, 14 Jun 2010, email@example.com wrote:
Ha! No. :-) But they do have better syntax-creep
I was thinking along the lines of Debian's rules for how
binary package (.deb) files are named. The underscore
becomes a field separator, and in some contexts the dash '-'
becomes a micro-separator.
But maybe that example doesn't apply so well. But it's a
similar battle: trying to avoid naming collisions.
>> ... The host application has to already have support for it.
Glad I could help!
 I'm not picking on Debian. I think all distros
have some kind of scheme like this.
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