Python packages for QA

seth vidal skvidal at
Wed Mar 2 07:54:09 UTC 2005

>There is a good case for changing the name of the python-simpletal
>package to python-SimpleTAL, but all of the above packages are named
>based on the actual python module name (i.e. the name you would import
>in python to access the module), rather than strictly following the
>upstream source name.

I think, if importing python-SimpleTAL would be: import SimpleTAL then
we should follow the perl semantic for modules in the naming guidelines.
The perl semantic is to maintain case.

>Both Durus and TPG provide executables along with the python modules; in
>the Durus case, there is a decent argument for putting that into a
>separate package.

Can it run separately of the python module?
is there really any point in having them separate?

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