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Re: Bug#719323: ITP: jackson-core -- fast and powerful JSON library for Java

On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 12:52 +0100, Stephen Nelson wrote:
> On 11 Aug 2013 00:32, "Wolodja Wentland" <debian@babilen5.org> wrote:

>> It is not, but thank you for catching this and reviewing WNPP bugs! :)
>> libjackson-json-java is version 1.* of the JSON processoe by FasterXML
>> while I plan to package version 2.* which has been split into a number of
>> packages and should be packaged separately. In the light of this I will try
>> to make it more obvious that this is, in fact, Jackson2.

> Thanks for packaging the latest version. I think it would be better to be
> consistent on the naming according to the Debian Java standards [1] and name it
> something like libjackson2-core-java.

> [1] http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/java-policy/x114.html

I am not sure if it makes sense to adapt this naming scheme for source
packages and I would personally very much prefer to use the name used by
upstream. There are also quite a number of packages maintained by pkg-java
that simply use the name used by upstream.

The binary packages will, naturally, follow the naming conventions of pkg-java
and this particular source package builds two binary packages, namely:

    * libjackson2-core-java
    * libjackson2-core-java-doc

Please let me know if that is in line with your expectations and have a nice
Wolodja <debian@babilen5.org>

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