Re: Bug#591704: ITP: pd-windowing -- a library of windowing functions in Pd
On Fri, 2010-08-06 at 23:37 +0300, Eugene V. Lyubimkin wrote:
> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> > So in Debian 'pd' represents anything that provides a Pd environment.
> > 'puredata' provides 'pd' and most pd-* libraries depend on 'pd'. I'm
> > working on packaging Pd-extended for Debian as well as 'pdextended',
> > which will also provide 'pd' since it can use all the libraries. Then
> > there will be a couple libraries that will only work with 'pdextended',
> > so they will be called 'pdextended-mylib'.
> > How does that sound?
> Still 'puredata' for first and 'puredata-extended' for second sound better for
> me (I also think that 'pd' is just too common)
The 'pd' name and 'pd-' prefix has been in Debian for years so its
pretty entrenched. I'm just following it.