> -----Original Message-----
> From: pgsql-www-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org
> [mailto:pgsql-www-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of Peter Eisentraut
> Sent: 19 October 2004 09:52
> To: pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: [pgsql-www] FTP server cleanup suggestions
> Here are a couple of ideas to make the hierarchy on the FTP
> server a bit more understandable and cruft-free:
> The doc/ directory only contains outdated material. If we
> want to keep it, it should be moved in the directories of the
> respective source code distribution. For example, move
> doc/7.3 to source/v7.3/doc.
> The files in NT_Support_Files/ are no longer relevant for the
> Cygwin port and should be removed.
> The old/ directory just contains garbage and should be removed.
> README.v7.4.3 should be removed, since 7.4.5 is the latest
> version. Same with the 7.4.3 symlink.
> What does the sup/ directory contain?
Dunno, but it's very old and sup.postgresql.org mentioned in the readme
doesn't exist in DNS any more.
> The win32/ directory should be moved to the binary/ directory.
Currently there is no appropriate directory under binary as there are
only released versions there. I added that symlink in anticipation of
lots of 'where's the pginstaller?' questions - I agree it should
eventually be in binaries, but put it there for now to avoid any
unnecessary faqs from ppl too lazy to think about it.
> The substructure of the binary/ directory seems to change
> with every minor release. We should think of a reasonable
> structure and stick with that.
Hmm, not pretty is is? What about something like
With each directory created as required of course.
The patches directory seems a little redundant to me as well.
README.mirrors is incredibly out of date.
pgsql-www by date
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