Re: how to take a public package private?
On Apr 30, 2012, at 12:08 PM, Simon McVittie wrote:
>On 30/04/12 10:39, Piotr Ożarowski wrote:
>> [Piotr Ożarowski, 2012-04-30]
>>> I will change that to /usr/share/package-name/module and
>>> /usr/lib/package-name/module if no one objects
>>> (adding /usr/share or /usr/lib to sys.path is not a good idea, we don't
>>> do that so policy should be updated)
>> on the second thought, "module" in above path is a directory name
>> (with final paths: /usr/share/module/module.py or /usr/lib/module/module.so)
>> so it doesn't need updates, I guess...
>I think it would still be clearer to say
>assuming the library-user code involves "import module"?
Debian "package-name" or Python "package-name"? :)
>(Or invent an example like Debian package foo containing Python module
>foolib, which would lead to something like /usr/share/foo/foolib.py,
>/usr/lib/foo/foolib.so or /usr/share/foo/foolib/__init__.py, or use a
>real example like virt-manager or guake)
+1, although the Debian package would be python-foo (or python3-foo) for a
Python package named foo.
I think your suggested change and a good example would improve the document.