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Re: Best Packaging Practices - collecting ideas (and texts!)

Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org> immo vero scripsit:

> This is actually a library with SONAME 'libsomelibrary-1.2.so.0' (assuming
> the SONAME matches the filename).  The '0' is the library major version
> number.
> In many other places, 'SONAME' is used where 'version number' seems to be
> intended.

That's one problem, I need to fix that.
It is mixed. "Version number" might not be the best terminology 
to be used, since it may be mixed with the package version number
as opposed to shared library version number. "SOVERSION" might be a
better terminology.
> It would be nice if it included example usage for objdump (objdump -x) to
> determine the library SONAME.

I think policy already contained such example.


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