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XDG Base Directory
Various specifications specify files and file formats. This specification defines where these files should be looked for by defining one or more base directories relative to which files should be located. There is a single base directory relative to which user-specific data files should be written. This directory is defined by the environment variable $XDG_DATA_HOME. There is a single base directory relative to which user-specific configuration files should be written. This directory is defined by the environment variable $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. There is a single base directory relative to which user-specific state data should be written. This directory is defined by the environment variable $XDG_STATE_HOME. There is a single base directory relative to which user-specific executable files may be written. There is a set of preference ordered base directories relative to which data files should be searched. This set of directories is defined by the environment variable $XDG_DATA_DIRS.
- User-specific executable files may be stored in $HOME/.local/bin
- The lifetime of the directory MUST be bound to the user being logged in
- The directory MUST be on a local file system and not shared with any other system
- A user-specific version of the configuration file may be created in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/subdir/filename
- Default configuration files should be installed to $sysconfdir/xdg/subdir/filename with $sysconfdir defaulting to /etc.
- Various specifications specify files and file formats
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