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 # Apollia Jargon
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-by Apollia - http://apollia.org/
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 <br>03:40:08 06/01/2018.  This file contains definitions for various jargon terms I often use in my source code, or other software-related writing.
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 * Possibly confusing abbreviations I use.
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-<br>**AGPL** - The GNU Affero General Public License.  The software license I prefer, which I even use on documentation files like the file you're now reading.  https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.en.html
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+<br>**AGPL** - The GNU Affero General Public License.  The software license I prefer, which I even use on documentation files like the file you're now reading.  [https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.en.html](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.en.html)
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 <br>**ApMod** or **apmod** - Something I, Apollia, modified.
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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 separate apphoards!
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-<br>http://astroblahhh.com/software/ph-gtk
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+<br>[http://astroblahhh.com/software/ph-gtk](http://astroblahhh.com/software/ph-gtk)
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 **Apphoard** - A folder I can install apps in, using APSK Apphoard Manager.
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 Each app folder in an apphoard contains possibly multiple different folders which each contain a different version of that app.
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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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-<br>My software is just inspired by them, but doesn't use actual code from them.  I wasn't able to figure out how to make the software from Gobo Linux and NixOS work with my usual OS, Puppy Linux.  http://puppylinux.com/
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+<br>My software is just inspired by them, but doesn't use actual code from them.  I wasn't able to figure out how to make the software from Gobo Linux and NixOS work with my usual OS, Puppy Linux.  [http://puppylinux.com/](http://puppylinux.com/)
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 Also, to make sure APSK (Apollia's Puppy Linux Setup Kit) would continue to have a good chance of easily working with most uncustomized Puppy Linuxes, I wanted APSK's basic building blocks to mostly be written in Bash and/or Perl.
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 <br>So, I ended up making APSK Apphoard Manager in April/May 2018.  (Though, as of 06:14:49 06/01/2018, it's still not totally done.)
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 Those efforts were preceded by a few years of pondering, daydreaming, and previous, even less refined efforts.
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-<br>**APSK** - Short for Apollia's Puppy Linux Setup Kit.  As of 08:46:20 06/01/2018, I'm currently renovating it.  https://github.com/Apollia/Puppy-Linux-Setup-Kit--Legacy-Versions
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+<br>**APSK** - Short for Apollia's Puppy Linux Setup Kit.  As of 08:46:20 06/01/2018, I'm currently renovating it.  [https://apollia.org/gitlist/Puppy-Linux-Setup-Kit--Legacy-Versions.git](https://apollia.org/gitlist/Puppy-Linux-Setup-Kit--Legacy-Versions.git/)
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+**GFDL** - Short for the GNU Free Documentation License, which I avoid because I don't want any of my documentation acquiring invariant sections that people aren't free to modify or delete.  [https://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html)
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+**GPL** - Short for the GNU General Public License.  I used to use it on some of my software, but I now prefer the Affero GNU General Public License (AGPL).  [https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html)
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 <br>**Landmark** - A simple script whose only purpose is to open a folder with my preferred file manager.  
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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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