Le samedi 10 mars 2018 à 16:24 +0000, Joel Cross a écrit : > > s/python3-aiohttp-swagger/python-aiohttp-swagger > > > > for the name of the *source* package. > > > > The python3- prefix is for the name of the *binary* package > > targetting > > the Python 3 interpreter. > > Oops, my apologies. I think 'aiohttp-swagger' would be the more > appropriate name, do you agree? I will then use 'python3-aiohttp- > swagger' as the binary package name (since the package will only be > targeting Python 3).
It's up to you. Tradiotionally, `python-foo` was used for Python libs and simply `foo` for Python apps. Nowadays, people tend to stick to the upstream name, unless it is too generic (for instance python-schema). > > > I am interested in packaging a project that depends on this > > > library, > > > hence why > > > I am packaging this library. > > > > What's this project? Have you filed an ITP for it yet? > > The other project is one that has not yet been released under an > open-source license, although I have it on good authority that it > will be over the coming months. Sorry I can't tell you much more or > file at ITP at present, but I will do as soon as I can. Okay, then good luck with the packaging. I'd advise you to join and maintain the package under the Debian Python Modules Team. Ghis