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I'm trying to figure out why on Apple exist a convention that the JDK folder layout need to be different from other OS. On Apple is commonly added another layer with
I search a lot on the internet and the only information that came up don't link to some docs or official guide that write about this standard.
I don't know if this folder layout is only related to the JDK or is a convention for all binaries.
My first explanation was that Oracle use this structure layout and the times made it as a standard but sound very strange.