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According to Wikipedia, in computing, a directory structure is the way an operating system's file system and its files are displayed to the user. Files are typically displayed in a hierarchical tree structure.

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How to organize all classes derived from SRP?

As the SRP says, the way to achieve this principle is divide all into smaller. And what you have just made small, make more smaller. As consequence we got more files and my question is about it, how ...
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Project directory structure

Actually i'm using this project directory structure http://framework.zend.com/manual/1.12/en/project-structure.project.html But recently i started using namespaces in all my php-classes like: ...
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Folder structure or database structure for creating/editing 'files'?

As a hobby experiment I am creating a on-line tool for creating web sites with the ability to create custom HTML and CSS using a template engine for safe-use of functionality. Now I am in the ...
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Best way to search through directory structure

I'm working on a python program which organizes a music library. The program will basically help me detect misspelled file or directory names, wrong FLAC tags or unknown/superfluous files. It will ...
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Shared source file between two parts of project [closed]

I have the following sort of directory structure: part1 build src part2 build src Now I have a header file that I would like to include in both parts of these projects, it will ...
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How to organize cross platform js/web application?

My friend and I are working on an application that already works for Windows 8 and is written in Javascript, HTML, and CSS. Our desire is to make it cross platform for areas like windows mobile, ...
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REST API internal directory structure and RewriteEngine

I'm building a REST API. I don't want to have real folders in my directory structure, but I'm not quite sure what to use else. My REST API uses paths like this: ...
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Node.js app private modules. Where to put them?

The situation would be: I develop 2 projects in my Node.js development environment, P1 and P2. P1 required the development of two simple modules, mod1 and mod2, which are stored in P1/lib. Each one ...
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Directory structure (file system design)

I was looking at how file systems are designed and noticed that most places say that the directory hierarchy can be implemented using a hash table. Could someone please explain me how using a hash ...
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how to structure MVC models and ORM models

I have some trouble getting a good folder structure in my project and i would like to know what other ways i could use to structure my files. I'm currently working in an MVC sturctured folder. www/ ...
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What is the difference between the “lib” and “vendor” folders?

Regarding source folder hierarchy, there are always some common features, such as the src, doc or test folders, which have rather easy-to-understand contents. However, I realized that big projects ...
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what to do with your bin directory [closed]

To get off my noob status i am following the Learn python the hard way course. I really like it but at one point it says make a bin directory. In all games and other programs i saw to a bin ...
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Write a directory structure (pseudo code) [closed]

I am writing a wiki article and wondering what is the proper way to write a directory scheme? I am doing something like main folder - sub folder - sub folder ... But I'm stuck after that. Any ...
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When should a class or module be in a separate Assembly/DLL?

Are there any guidelines for deciding when a class should be in its own assembly/DLL? I often see two schools of thought: 1) Every "grouping" of classes belongs in its own DLL e.g. Repositories, ...
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Need help with directory structure in porting codebase to SVN

Currently we've got a directory structure that looks like this +Inhouse App A +Inhouse App B +Core files for inhouse app B +Inhouse App C +Something that never came to fruition +Forgotten Server ...