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Re: Proof reading of python-recaptcha description

Vincent Bernat <bernat@debian.org> writes:

> OoO En cette nuit nuageuse du lundi 25 août 2008, vers 01:19, Ben Finney
> <ben+debian@benfinney.id.au> disait :
> > It might be clearer to use the term "library", which indicates the
> > integrated nature of these modules.
> Does it still apply if in Python, we call them "modules" (while for
> example, in C, we say "library")?

I'm suggesting that the term "library" be used for this integrated
collection of modules with a common purpose. Each one is still a
"module"; the term "library" refers to the collection.

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Ben Finney

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