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Current HOWTO: HighQuality-Apps-HOWTO


Designing Integrated High Quality Linux Applications

Designing Integrated High Quality Linux Applications

Avi Alkalay


avi at br.ibm.com
avi at unix.sh

Senior IT and Software Architect :: Linux Market Developer
IBM Linux Impact Team :: ibm.com/linux

v2.1, 2002-08-24

Revision History
Revision 2.124 Aug 2002Revised by: avi
Rewrite of the /opt /usr/local section.Cosmetics on graphical user interface and plugins sections.Fixed screens and programlistings width.
Revision 2.007 May 2002Revised by: avi
Final XML conversion. Files reorganization.
Revision 1.9.920 Apr 2002Revised by: avi
Included other document locations.
Revision 1.9814 Apr 2002Revised by: avi
Title changed from "Creating" to "Designing".
Revision 1.9709 Apr 2002Revised by: avi
Converted to XML 4.1.2, and started to use real XSLT. Spell checked the english version.
Revision 1.9623 Mar 2002Revised by: avi
Better HTML style sheets.
Revision 1.9517 Mar 2002Revised by: avi
Last chapter: One Body, Many Souls. Created appendix. Still have to translate some words here and there.
Revision 1.916 Mar 2002Revised by: avi
Added universal software table with FHS.
Revision 1.716 Mar 2002Revised by: avi
Everything is now translated except some words.
Revision 1.327 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Translated and reviewed the most important section of the article: The /opt and /usr/local section.
Revision 1.223 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
English translation at 65%. Doing some corrections to potuguese version also.
Revision 1.117 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Started english translation.
Revision 1.016 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
First final version of proposed skeleton.
Revision 0.9.616 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Finished Plugin chapter.
Revision 0.9.515 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Finished chapter about boot and subsystems.
Revision 0.9.414 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Finished chapter describing the boot process.
Revision 0.9.308 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Text and style updates.
Revision 0.9.207 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
Text updates.
Revision 0.906 Feb 2002Revised by: avi
First translation to DocBook.


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