--- Comment #15 from Igor Gnatenko <ignatenko(a)redhat.com> ---
(In reply to José Matos from comment #14)
(In reply to Neal Gompa from comment #13)
> I agree with Igor here. If this can't be used as a Python module, then it
> shouldn't be packaged in such a manner.
My first reaction was, oh no we are not getting one more time in the
argument of python modules versus python applications... :-)
In the defense of the python- prefix in the name we can consider that:
* nikola is available through pypi.python.org
All python crap is distributed there ;)
* the package consist mostly of a python module with a script on /usr/bin
that is a wrapper that calls the nikola module:
if __name__ == '__main__':
Actually question if there is documentation which says import nikola. If it
doesn't it's better to name it nikola and ship only py3 version.
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