On 22/05/07, Jens Petersen <petersen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I still think the emacs-common prefix is confusing with the
package but I should have made that comment a year ago I guess. ;-)
There are alternative prefix's (elisp or emacsen) that could be (have
been) used but perhaps it is too late now? IMHO it would be better to
avoid hyphened prefixes in package naming afap possible in the future.
Jens, you're of course right. The fact that emacs-common is a
subpackage of emacs didn't come up during the discussions a year ago.
I did try for "emacsen" but people didn't like that so much, am not
Anyway, I'm happy to revisit the package naming guidelines for
(X)Emacs add-ons, Jens seems inclined to do so. Does anyone else have
strong feelings either way?