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Dne 4.12.2013 12:37, Bohuslav Kabrda napsal(a):
> (tkinter is actually a subpackage of python itself)
I guess you know what I mean here, but to be clear:
tkinter is only an example, we got more, like pyserial, PyYAML...
Oh, I see. Some time ago, FPC has accepted a change that says, that packages with
"py" in name should be prefixed with "python-" anyway . Since this
only applies to newly created packages, we will have to cope with this, unfortunately. So
my idea of handling this would be:
- all packages must have Provides: python-*
- packages that weren't prefixed with "python-" previously (pyserial,
PyYAML), should also carry an explicit Provides/Obsoletes for the old name.
What about apps? Do we want something in the guidelines that would say:
If the app clearly works with both Python 2 and Python 3,
then the Fedora package is obligated to use Python 3 instead
of Python 2.
If however the app only works with one of them, obviously,
Fedora package uses and requires that one.
Or do we keep that on the packager's decision?
Toshio already proposed a guidelines solution for this , but now that I look at it, it
seems that it never got proposed to FPC. Toshio, will you propose that or should I? I
guess we can do this regardless of the change I'm proposing now.
Bohuslav "Slavek" Kabrda.