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Added a bit more, reworded a bit, and fixed some typos and formatting.

Apollia authored on06/01/2018 13:21:45
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 However, some packages are so complicated, and made up so many different separate components - like Astroblahhh GLMP-GTK, containing things like PHP, PHP-GTK, MySQL, MariaDB, PostGreSql, and numerous other things - I think I should probably install them in their own entire separate apphoards!
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 http://astroblahhh.com/software/glmp-gtk
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-http://astroblahhh.com/software/ph-gtk
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 And APSK Apphoard Manager makes it easy to set whichever version you want as the default version, and you can easily switch versions anytime you want.  (However, APSK Apphoard Manager still isn't complete, as of 06:27:27 06/01/2018.)
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-An apphoard can be located anywhere (within reasons) in your GNU/Linux system.  An apphoard may contain an execpath (so any software in the apphoard can optionally be made runnable via the console), and/or a Perl-INC path, which will be added to Perl's @INC list of folders to search for available Perl modules.
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+<br>An apphoard can be located anywhere (within reason) in your GNU/Linux system.  An apphoard may contain an execpath (so any software in the apphoard can optionally be made runnable via the console), and/or a Perl-INC path, which will be added to Perl's @INC list of folders to search for available Perl modules.
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 Apphoards are an alternative to storing files in the confusingly cluttery but traditional locations where GNU/Linux software usually gets installed, such as /usr/bin, /usr/lib, etc.
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 <br>My notion of apphoards was partly inspired by Gobo Linux and NixOS, which both store installed software in unconventional locations, which enables a lot more flexibility (and tidiness) than the average GNU/Linux system.
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 https://www.gobolinux.org/
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 Until hearing about Gobo Linux, I didn't even realize it was possible to reorganize a GNU/Linux system so tidily, and apparently without that causing anywhere near as many problems as I assumed it would.
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-**Multifile** - The marvelous "multifiles" add-on for the wonderful text editor (and more) GNU Emacs enables you to edit multiple files all in the same window!  (Most text editors only let you work on multiple files in separate tabs.)  https://github.com/magnars/multifiles.el
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+**LH64_602_B2** - My abbreviation for Lighthouse 64 Puppy Linux 6.02 Beta 2.
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+**Lupu5284** - My abbreviation for Lucid Puppy Linux 5.2.8 version 004.
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+**Multifile** - The marvelous "multifiles" add-on for the wonderful text editor (and more) GNU Emacs enables you to edit multiple files all in the same window tab!  (Most text editors only let you work on multiple files in separate tabs.)  https://github.com/magnars/multifiles.el
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 I made a modified version since there were numerous new features I wanted:
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 I can comfortably work on small projects with a conventional text editor.  But with bigger projects, I can't tolerate conventional text editors anymore (not even if they can easily search multiple files), since I tend to waste too much time being lost amongst my tabs or doing searches, since I often can't easily remember where the things I want to work on are.
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-But with GNU Emacs and a multifile, all I have to do is scroll around a bit, or use my keyboard shortcuts Ctrl-Page Up and Ctrl-Page Down to jump up or down to any of the files in the multifile.
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+<br>But with GNU Emacs and a multifile, all I have to do is scroll around a bit, or use my keyboard shortcuts Ctrl-Page Up and Ctrl-Page Down to jump up or down to the top to any of the files in the multifile.
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 The files in my multifiles tend to be in a stable order, unlike my chaotic, unordered tabs in conventional text editors, which makes it much easier to remember roughly where things are, and what direction to scroll in.
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-And, with or without multifiles, I can use one of my bookmark add-ons which can jump to places even in other files than the one you're currently looking at.
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-Unlike a platz, which only associated with one path or path portion - each disknick was associated with multiple things: a Windows drive letter, and a GNU/Linux mountpoint follpath.
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 <br>In early 2016, I made a rather elaborate JSON-dependent way of defining platzes, and of joining them (and other things) together to dynamically define new platzes.
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 But, I'm reluctant to use jq as one of the basic building blocks of APSK, because jq must be compiled to run, and I'd rather not burden newbies to Puppy Linux with having to compile software (or download pre-compiled software) before platzes - a very important part of the renovated APSK - will even work at all.
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-<br>Perhaps I might make Platz Trailblazer more complicated without using jq.  For example, it might be nice if updating one platz could automatically update all the other platzes which were derived from the first platz.
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+<br>Perhaps I might make Platz Trailblazer more complicated without using jq.  For example, it might be nice if updating one platz could automatically update all the other platzes which were derived from that platz.
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 But, that might be more elaborate than what APSK really needs.
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-<br>**Ramize** - To place something in a ramdisk.
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 **Ramized** - Something that's in a ramdisk.
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 <br>**Valicheck** - verb, to check something for validity.  Or noun - something which checks something else for validity.
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+**VB** - When I say VB, I probably mean VirtualBox.  http://virtualbox.org/
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 **Vuemap** - a concept map file in the format used by the wonderful concept mapping software VUE.  Quite conveniently, vuemaps are XML files!  Here's my modified version of VUE: 
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 https://github.com/Apollia/VUE