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Re: Javascript libraries in debian

On Fri, 2004-02-06 at 06:54, Sebastian Ley wrote:
> Hi all,
> presently we have two two (at least) javascript libraries in debian,
> one NGS javascript interpreter and one from the spidermonkey
> interpreter. Upstream, both parties use libjs as library name. With
> the NGS interpreter being first packaged for debian, the maintainer of
> the spidermonkey libs chose to rename the library to libsmjs. That is
> now highly inconvenient for me, building a package against the
> library, because I have to patch the upstream sources to use the new
> name for the library.
> What would be a good way to deal with the situation? Is it sufficient
> to let both packages conflict with each other?
Zounds.... This sounds like a job for our Super Hero:\

And having both packages use unique names and then you choose your
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