Re: Boot-Floppies: task-python packages
David Coe <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> [*Q1*: Should this overview be included in each of the task-python-* package
> descriptions? Just task-python? Nowhere?]
I dunno.. in the individual descriptions. You could have all this in
a /usr/share/doc/task-*/README .
> Install: if you want to:
> ------- ---------------
> task-python write scripts and uncomplicated Python applications
> task-python-web write CGI scripts and web applications in Python
> task-python-full write complex Python applications and/or have
> available all the Debian-packaged Python extensions
I would think this would be task-python-dev
> task-python-dev write Python extensions in other programming languages
I would think this would merge with the above.
Remember, less is more.
> task-python-apps install all Debian applications that are written
> in or use Python (regardless of their purpose)
> (Note that you needn't install any of these to be able to use
> other packages that are written in Python; the required pieces
> will be automatically installed along with the packages that need
> (You may later remove these task-* packages without losing
> anything else.)
> [*Q2*: are the above parenthetical explanations unnecessary?]
Perhaps.... they don't hurt.
> [*Q3*: is task-python-apps a ridiculous concept?]
I think so.
> [*Q4*: Please review the following task-package descriptions and their
> package selections; tell me what you think should be changed. I don't
> know all these packages, just made my best guess from their
Looks okay to me, though I'm not a python hacker (unfortunately).
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>