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Re: file suffix convention

From: Alec Teal
Subject: Re: file suffix convention
Date: Sat, 5 Jul 2014 15:23:33 +0100
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.o is for binary object files.

Usually extension doesn't matter, but some have a really strong convention, it'd be like saying use ".mp3"

So not .o.

On 05/07/14 14:29, message wrote:
Why does the octave manual suggest that file suffix '.m' indicates an octave file? Why promote a proprietary competitor? :)

Is there any interest to propose a vote for the use of '.o' as a convention file suffix for octave files? ;)

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