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02: Directory structure

Now, after having installed the stuff, I can look around. The tool is directory based, which makes it easy and handy to modify things as one needs.

At first level there is a PerlPointCD directory with utilities and configurations used by the tool itself. I do not need to switch anything in there unless I want to modify the way things basically work.

The second directory is prepare, which holds files to be used in the CD process such as layouts, configurations and sources for preambles and impressum and the like. I will edit most of them as they are an essential basis of the CD contents. They are not going to the CD directly.

That's different with the contents of the third subdirectory, build. This is where the talk materials are collected and the CD contents will be made. Everything the authors provide for the CD goes into there - into its data subdirectory. This is the centre court, and there is more to say about it. So come to my next talk as well ;-)

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