hypirion.io and regex
debian at babilen5.org
Mon Aug 5 10:54:25 UTC 2013
On Thu, Aug 01, 2013 at 08:27 +1000, Eugenio Cano-Manuel Mendoza wrote:
> com.hypirion.io is almost ready. Regex needs a little more work. I wanted to
> ask for your opinion about the names of these packages since I'm not convinced
> with anything I've thought of.
We've discussed this at the beginning in the "Naming scheme" thread.
> I packaged com.hypirion.io as hypirion-io-clojure and binary package name is
> libhypirion-io-clojure. Is there really a need to prefix the com-? also lein
> jar would produce io.jar which I find too general so I changed the produced jar
> to hypirion-io.jar. What do you think?
Please call the jar io.jar as that is its name. It is unfortunate, but insofar
the name is not taken. I don't like this too, but deem it better to comply
with upstreams naming scheme if we can. You might want to ask about this on
pkg-java as this is, certainly, a common theme when placing jars without
namespaces in /usr/share/java
> For regex I kind of left everything as regex, should I change it to
> cgrand-regex or something?
> I'm sorry I'm very confused with the naming in general and just to clear this
> now, given a lib called FOO:
> *What should our repository name be?
Repository should be names after the source package, therefore FOO-clojure.
> *What should the package name be? (I believe this is what we use when we fill
You file ITPs for source packages, binary packages should have an appropriate
name, which would be libFOO-clojure for libraries.
> *What name should appear in debian/control(source) and debian/changelog
The source package name.
Wolodja <debian at babilen5.org>
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