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On 2010-10-12 1:14 PM, todd rme wrote:
In a sense, they are split up.  In Linux most distributions seem to
split them up, at least all the ones I have used do, and in windows it
is possible to only install the components you want.  I have never
tried it on Mac so I don't know for certain.

The point is, a split up install doesn't really accomplish much of
anything - because each app shares the vast majority of the working cde
base, installing just one app only saves a few MBs of space, so there
isn't any real point to it other than it feels good to some people.

That said, it doesn't bother me as long as it doesn't consume a lot of
resources to [continue to] provide the ability to do it.


Best regards,


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