[arch-dev-public] [RFC] Python 3.3.0 and PEP 394
Rashif Ray Rahman
schiv at archlinux.org
Fri Sep 14 04:54:59 EDT 2012
On 14 September 2012 05:26, Sébastien Luttringer <seblu at seblu.net> wrote:
> I'm not sure it's very important (and possible) to use the project
> name without alteration in our package name.
> As you said, the most important is to be able to find it (by a search)
> with a minimum common sense.
> Developer which use pyqt, will search something like:
> $ pacman -Sqs pyqt4
> and doesn't found it. Because they may use the real name of the python
> library (import PyQt4).
Good one, we must provide for that. Nevertheless, what I meant was
_not_ to have:
But to have:
As we have now. Prepending 'python' everywhere is fine, as long as the
'pyX' name remains. Now the ideal scenario would be:
John: Fetch me 'pyalpm'
Pacman: Do you want python(3)-pyalpm or python2-pyalpm?
Now that I look at it that way prepending 'python' would be better.
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