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Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 15:20:50 -0500
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Subject: Re: djasm in djasm?
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> But should we go one step further and create djasm/src, djasm/doc?

I wouldn't bother.  I think it would be OK to have a single directory
with multiple source files and one (or maybe even two) texinfo files.
If the docs grow to many files, we can put those in a doc
subdirectory, but I still wouldn't think also moving the sources would
be a benefit.

I think that we'd need to create a ./src subdirectory when the sources
become complex enough to require that they themselves be split up.

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