On 08/09/2013 06:53 PM, T.C. Hollingsworth wrote:
On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 12:22 PM, Robert Marcano
> that the intention is to avoid duplication of libraries, so it is calling to
/usr/lib/python2.7 is not called /usr/lib/cpython2.7, because when
most people think "Python", they think "CPython", since that has
the main implementation of Python for 22 years.
There are cool other implementations of Python that work differently,
like PyPy, which uses /usr/lib/pypy. There are cool other
Being pointlessly pedantic in either of these cases would just confuse
users for no benefit.
would be really nice if we both could coordinate on getting some
upstream support for this in certain cases. I'm very strongly -1
against pointless Fedoraisms here.
want to be compatible with others distribution that have the legacy idea
> the local system, not served via a web server to a browser. These libraries
> clearly have all the standard reasons to avoid duplication."
The preamble before this and the Install Location section afterward
Node.js modules, which live in directories of their own,
tied to an specific runtime, there are
So, where do I put the code for a reusable, non web based, or runtime
Packaging Guidelines", it should standardize something for them, if it
but the rest
of the guidelines still apply to them.
If everything else apply to them, I don't see why a Node.js application
or a GNOME Shell extension need to pull a package named web-assets, it
is a wrong name, plain and simple, and worse If they don't store
I don't really need to repeat that in every paragraph, do I?
> and later it contradict what you say, indicating that they must use
> "BuildRequires: web-assets-devel" and
> "Requires: web-assets-filesystem"
> of web-assets
web-assets-filesystem contains a handful of directories and symlinks.
It does not drag in Apache configuration.
web-assets-devel defines a few RPM macros. It also does not drag in
web-assets-httpd contains the Apache configuration. js-foo libraries
MUST not depend on it, since they could be used with any HTTP daemon.