[fedora-java] spring-* vs springframework-*
msrb at redhat.com
Mon Oct 21 05:17:45 UTC 2013
On 10/18/2013 11:20 PM, Dridi Boukelmoune wrote:
> For the sake of consistency I'd go for springframework-*, but also
> because they had to change their groupid when the rules changed on the
> maven central (spring => org.springframework). Upstream itself calls
> it "Spring Framework"  as part of the spring ecosystem.
The problem is that this upstream has a lot of projects. "Spring
Framework" is just one of them. Another is "Spring Security", "Spring
Retry", "Spring Batch", ... . On the other hand, all the projects
have "springframework" in their groupId (e.g.:
I just recently added package "spring-retry" to Fedora, but I agree that
we should find some consensus. I am OK with renaming it to
"springframework-retry", if that's what we want.
> Best Regards,
>  http://projects.spring.io/spring-framework/
> On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 9:47 PM, Orion Poplawski <orion at cora.nwra.com> wrote:
>> I'd like to get some kind of consensus on naming of the
>> spring/springframework packages. We have some of both:
>> The core/parent package is currently "springframework", but one could argue
>> it should be called "spring-framework".
>> I think the spring-* names more closely match current upstream. However,
>> "spring" itself is:
>> Name : spring
>> Arch : x86_64
>> Version : 94.1
>> Release : 3.fc19
>> Size : 16 M
>> Repo : updates/19/x86_64
>> Summary : Multiplayer, 3D realtime strategy combat game
>> URL : http://springrts.com
>> License : GPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and LGPLv2 and GFDL and (GFDL or CC-BY)
>> Description : Spring is a project aiming to create a new, versatile, full 3D
>> Real Time
>> : Strategy Engine.
>> : Spring is designed to be played as online multiplayer matches,
>> but some AI are
>> : also available to play against the computer.
>> : Please read the README.Fedora file to get started. The Spring
>> wiki is also a
>> : great resource, read it here:
>> and spring-installer is a helper program for spring.
>> springframework-* seems to have been what is most commonly used and probably
>> what we should standardize on?
>> Orion Poplawski
>> Technical Manager 303-415-9701 x222
>> NWRA, Boulder/CoRA Office FAX: 303-415-9702
>> 3380 Mitchell Lane orion at nwra.com
>> Boulder, CO 80301 http://www.nwra.com
>> java-devel mailing list
>> java-devel at lists.fedoraproject.org
> java-devel mailing list
> java-devel at lists.fedoraproject.org
More information about the java-devel