On 10/30/2009 01:15 AM, David Malcolm wrote:
On Thu, 2009-10-29 at 18:42 -0400, John Dennis wrote:
> On 10/29/2009 06:27 PM, David Malcolm wrote:
>> I rather like the idea of standardizing on a "python3-" prefix for
>> Python 3 module packages and subpackages, even if this leads to
>> inconsistencies with their counterparts in the python 2 stack. It would
>> make the "threeness" of the packages stand out more.
python-<package> -> python3-<package>
py<package> -> python3-py<package> (I think we should keep the py to
make it easier to locate stuff pygpgme)
<package>-python -> python3-<package>
Seem good to me.
But there is a lot of packages installing stuff into /usr/lib/pythonX-Y/site-packages
there don't fit 3 cases.
It is an application, but also an python API used by other packages, how do we handle
I have attacted the the sorted output from
repoquery -f '/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/*'