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Re: syck-python vs. python-syck?

On 03/10/2006 10:43 AM, Paul Howarth wrote:
On Fri, 2006-03-10 at 04:07 -0500, Ivan Gyurdiev wrote:
We have syck, perl-YAML-Parser-Syck, so a syck-python package should not exist, all other python modules do have correct naming, eg. python-sqlite, python-twisted, and so on...

So syck-python should be moved to python-syck!!!

Regarding libxml2-python; The base package is libxml2. BUT, we shoudl think about renaming this to python-libxml2 and do a Provides: libxml2-python.

my 2 cent,

PS: Maybe also with MySQL-python, gstreamer08-python, gstreamer-python and libopensync-plugin-python.
While we're at it, let's rename all mono packages to mono-<pkg>, all java packages to java-<pkg>, and all C packages to c-<pkg>. That way the user can focus on what's really important to a user (the programming language of the software) as opposed to irrelevant things like its brand name that the user can identify and recognize :)

Isn't the rule of thumb for this that applications use their own names
regardless of language, but supporting libraries/modules use their own
[ ... ]

MAYBE I said... OK. For gstreamer and libopensync it might not be the best idea... But for MySQL-python, this would be a good idea - I think...


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