Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1462 from 2003/2/24
> other MUI files definitely haven't been in the SYS: root
> on the systems I've seen
Which files would this have been anyway? Even with my setup having MUI: point to SYS: directly I can't remember any MUI files residing in the SYS: root.
All of these 53 directories and 395 files seen in the MUI archive: http://aminet.net/package/util/libs/mui38usr
? :) Where do you have those then?
Hmm.. maybe some more ancient MUI had files cluttered somewhere else, but not the latest versions?
These are from the MUI 3.8 installation script:
"All MUI files belong to a single directory called 'MUI'. If there are any MUI files outside this directory (e.g. because they were left over from a previous installation), MUI might not work as expected. It is strongly recommended to delete those files, like suggested by the installation program."
"Please select a place for the MUI package. A drawer called 'MUI' will be created here. The minimum space required is about 500 kB, a complete installation takes 2.5 MB."
And user-startup after MUI 3.8 installation looks like this:
if exists "Sys:MUI"
assign MUI: "Sys:MUI"
if exists MUI:Libs
assign add LIBS: MUI:Libs
if exists MUI:Locale
assign add LOCALE: MUI:Locale
version >nil: exec.library 39
if not warn
if exists MUI:Docs
if exists HELP:dummy ; do not remove
endif ; this entry!
assign add HELP: MUI:Docs