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In common case, a application directory has the following structure:

  • dmp – debug output (sdmp-files, see Glossary)

  • doc — documentation files and license

  • img — graphical components of the application

  • logs — log output

  • lpmodule — this folder contain application core files1

  • output — generated reports

  • resources — an additional application components

    • locale – folder with translation files

    • lpcombiner – this folder contain tool LpCombiner

    • lpdbmonitor – this folder contain tool LpDBMonitor

    • lpsplitter – this folder contain tool LpSplitter

    • zeroclipboard – folder for ZeroClipboard library

  • trc — folder for store trace-files

    • samples – examples of trace-files

  • tcl — additional graphic libraries for the application

  • etc — this folder keeps the files with application settings

Depending on a format of the installed application, set of files in application folder may differ:

  • Open version (archive, deb-package)

    • – starter file of the application

Application folder (OS *nix)
Pic.3 Application folder (OS *nix)


    Subfolders dmp, logs, output, trc, etc will be created both in the application folder and in the user home folder on OS *nix.

  • Precompiled version (OS Windows)

    • lightprofiler.exe – starter file of the application

    • required system libraries - *.pyd, *.dll, etc.

Application folder (OS Windows)
Pic.4 Application folder (OS Windows)

1The lpmodule subfolder is absent in the precompiled version (OS Windows)

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