[php-maint] Extension (PECL?) naming scheme (Was: pkg-php-tools for 7.0 in master-7.0 branch and bootstrapping PEAR packaging)
david at tilapin.org
Thu Dec 31 13:54:15 UTC 2015
Le 31/12/2015 09:21, Ondřej Surý a écrit :
> On Thu, Dec 31, 2015, at 13:56, Daniel Beyer wrote:
>> On Tue, 2015-12-29 at 09:00 +0100, Ondřej Surý wrote:
>>> (...) mostly replacing php5 with php (...)
>> This means we loose the distinction whether the package is a php
>> extension or contains php code.
> Just handle the two cases by hand and rename one or another to something
> else. I haven't found more conflicts
There is at least php(5)-pimple too.
> Unless you want to adopt Fedora naming, but that's up to you (as in PHP
> PEAR packaging group). I can't decide that for you.
I like your earlier proposal (using “php-ext-” instead of “php5”), it
makes it clear we’re dealing with an extension rather than some (PEAR or
Composer) class. I’d go with that unless someone objects.
Having to deal with it as an exception rather than making it the rule
doesn’t really sound like a good idea, what is preventing us from making
the naming explicit?
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