Re: Policy §10.4 as a divergence from usptream (renamings to remove extensions like .pl and .sh).
Charles Plessy wrote:
> I use the packages I made, and renaming upstream programs names makes my scripts
> incompatible with my colleagues work environments using other distributions or
> installations from source. So as a maintainer, I spend time creating extra work
> for myself as a user. That does not make sense.
It is also possible to add symlinks into a private directory. Users willing
to use names with extensions only have to add this directory to their PATH.
For example, you can ship:
/usr/share/package/bin/util.sh -> /usr/bin/util
Users willing to use names with extension on Debian only have to do