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Re: On the source package naming convention


Am Sonntag, den 24.02.2013, 18:20 +0900 schrieb Masayuki Hatta:

> I prepared and ITP'd a debian package for Yi.  Originally I thought
> the naming rule is:
> source package for mainly program/utility: as it is (alex, cpphs,
> hlint, etc)
> source package for library: the prefix "haskell-" is added
> But later I found some program packages are named with "haskell-"
> anyway, such as haskell-leksah.
> Should I call my package haskell-yi?

haskell-leksah is a the exception here; yi would be fine.


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