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Apollia authored on06/01/2018 14:32:30
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 <br>**App** - Any package of runnable software, preferably (but not necessarily) which I can comfortably store in an apphoard.  An app might be anything from just one simple, small script (or collection of closely related scripts) to a very big, complicated compiled program.
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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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+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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 http://astroblahhh.com/software/glmp-gtk
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 <br>http://astroblahhh.com/software/ph-gtk
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-**Apphoard** - A folder in which I can install apps using APSK Apphoard Manager.
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+**Apphoard** - A folder I can install apps in, using APSK Apphoard Manager.
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 http://github.com/Apollia/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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-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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+And APSK Apphoard Manager makes it easy to set whichever version you want as the default version, and you can easily switch default versions anytime you want.  (However, APSK Apphoard Manager still isn't complete, as of 06:27:27 06/01/2018.)
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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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 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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-<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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+<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 of 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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+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 I'm currently looking at.
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