Re: Naming conventions for mingw32 packages?
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- Subject: Re: Naming conventions for mingw32 packages?
- From: Volker Grabsch <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 13:51:52 +0100
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Dear Debian Mentors,
The zlib development package in Debian is called:
While I do understand the "1", I don't understand the "g".
In particular, should I adopt that naming convention for
mingw32 cross builds?
Usually, I would name the mingw32 package according to the
DLL file "zlib1.dll", i.e.:
However, probably there is a good reason to call it:
instead. Which of them should I prefer?
Sorry for my questions, but there isn't any "Debian MinGW
Policy" out there, is it?