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Re: transports directory


The transport directory provides a single place where all the files that are
separated and classified under the scheduler/* directories can be found.

Consider the case of a message that is to be delivered by two different
transports -- you want the same control file in each of the scheduler
subdirectories.   Hard links are made from the transports directory to each of
the different scheduler subdirectories.  It makes the code much easier to
manage if you've got a "home" for the files separate from the scheduler