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I'm not 100% sure on this answer but I'll try.

After looking in the /Developer/usr directory, it appears to be only apps/libraries that you might commonly find in /usr but are development related. In other words, /Developer/usr appears to contain only that which is pertinent to development. My advice then would be to stick to /usr. I've never actually seen /Developer on Linux installs as it appears to be specific not only to OS X but Xcode. Again, you might want to wait to get a more definite answer on exactly why Xcode has it's own usr directory.

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