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Apollia authored on06/02/2018 06:18:57
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 **Fiol** - Something which is either a file or a folder.
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-**FLO software** - A new abbreviation for free, libre, open source software I thought of maybe a few weeks or months ago, and have been thinking of maybe trying to popularize.  (Maybe other people already thought of this - I didn't check.)  23:24:42 06/01/2018.  But, after some thought, I decided actually prefer LOAF software, described below in the "FLOSS software" section. :-)
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+**FLO software** - A new abbreviation for free, libre, open source software I thought of maybe a few weeks or months ago, and have been thinking of maybe trying to popularize.  (Maybe other people already thought of this - I didn't check.)  But, after some thought, I decided I actually prefer LOAF software, described below in the **FLOSS software** section. :-)
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 <br>**FLOSS software** - Free, libre, open source software.  But I don't really like the term FLOSS because it reminds me of the dentist.
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 **Ramdisk** - An easier to type way of saying RAM disk.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAM_drive
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-<br>**Rel** - a prefix meaning "relative".  The opposite of a relpath is a fullpath.
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+<br>**Rel-** - a prefix meaning "relative".  The opposite of a relpath is a fullpath.
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 <br>**Switch** - Any non-positional command line argument whose name is preceded by one or more dashes.  I prefer to use this term rather than "option" because "option" implies "optional", which is sometimes inaccurate.
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-**Sym** - a prefix meaning "symlink".
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+**Sym-** - a prefix meaning "symlink".
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 <br>**Termwin** - short for terminal window, which I assume is the same thing as a console window.  Also the name of a program I wrote and use very frequently: