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IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2017-09-13

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01:54 Topic for #crimsonfu is now http://crimsonfu.github.com - ConfiguRatIon Management of Systems Or Network kung FU | logs at http://irclog.perlgeek.de/crimsonfu/today
12:19 bene pdurbin: you coming to the abcd-www meeting to see eric?
13:06 pdurbin bene: planning on it, if my meeting doesn't run long
13:14 bene cool beans
13:14 bene you can smuggle me into lamont in a rolling suitcase
13:24 pdurbin sure, I'll swing by in my clown car
13:46 pdurbin Given "/programs/datagrid/10.5072/FK2/4LKKNW" as a directory path, what would you call "4LKKNW"? Is it the "leaf" directory? What's a better term for this?
13:50 bene sub directory
13:51 pdurbin ok but there are 4 sub directories in that example
13:52 pdurbin maybe "leaf sub directory"
13:55 bene i think you're making up words
13:55 pdurbin well, they're going into this next commit
13:56 bene and if that's the case, you can call it anything you like
13:56 bene s/,//
13:56 pdurbin someone can send me a pull request if they don't like it
13:59 pdurbin Has anyone seen "unable to open the base package" from R on CentOS 7? http://irclog.iq.harvard.edu/dataverse/2017-09-13
14:08 dotplus pdurbin: I think "leaf [sub]directory" is fine. But also "as generated by basename(1)" might further explain if you find people are confused or you need "Specification" level language precision?
14:10 pdurbin ah, how could I forget about basename. thanks, dotplus!

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