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I'm writing simple application in Python using Quickly.

Now I want to include few extra text files (templates) to my application so I can access it when application is installed. I want to store it in ~/aplication_name/templates for instance.

How could I do this?

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I noticed that files stored in ./data/media are packaged with the app.

However, apart from pictures and videos, I don't know whether this is considered as a best practice or not.

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Ok, but where I can find it after app is installed ? – Majster-pl Oct 25 '12 at 20:47
    
Ok, if you put staff ( files ) to ./data/media after you package your application and install it this files are stored in: /usr/share/app_name/media Thanks for help! – Majster-pl Nov 5 '12 at 19:29

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