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Re: Bug#668706: [RFR] templates://graphite-carbon/{graphite-carbon.templates}

On Wed, 18 Apr 2012 10:15:56 +0100
Justin B Rye <jbr@edlug.org.uk> wrote:

> hy *is* the package called graphite-carbon?  It's a set of Python
> modules called carbon, so doesn't Debian's Python Policy require it to
> be named "python-carbon"?  Compare python-twisted, python-graphite,
> and python-whisper...

Graphite consists of three packages:

  * whisper
  * carbon
  * graphite-web

Whisper is the library - so it's called python-whisper.

Carbon is an Python Application, so it named graphite-carbon, because
is works mainly only with graphite(-web).

"package name: is it more a module or a program (ie, how a general
user is supposed to use the package)? if the former, the package name
it's ok, else it should be changed (and moved to PAPT)."

from: https://lists.debian.org/debian-python/2012/02/msg00006.html


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