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--- Comment #4 from Chen Lei <supercyper1(a)gmail.com> 2010-06-28 12:44:11 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #3)
(In reply to comment #1)
> 1.name subvertpy -> python-subvertpy
> I'll better to use python before module namespace, those in some special case
> py can be omitted.
The naming guidelines says if there is "py" in the name, the name is fine for
python module. There is no statement about the position of "py" and common
practice (numpy, scapy, etc.) to place "py" at the end of the name.
Yep, the naming convention is inconsistency, no guideline object this. But more
*py packages add python before module names.
When considering python3 naming guideline, It'll be better to add python before
$NAME to keep consistency with python3.
From naming guideline:
This makes a package name format of
python-$NAME. When in doubt, use the name
of the module that you type to import it in a script.
I think if py* packages don't have py in their namespace, then we can omit
python( e.g. pygtk2), in other case, adding python will be more appropriate.
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