On Feb 12, 2011, at 2:29 PM, Tom Lane wrote:

> I did think of another idea besides forbidding dash in extension names:
> what if we use double dash as the name/version separator, ie the naming
> conventions are like
>       extension--version.control
>       extension--version.sql
>       extension--oldversion-newversion.sql
> Then we'd only have to forbid double dash in extension names, which
> seems unlikely to be a problem for anybody.  (I think we might also have
> to forbid empty version names to make this bulletproof, but that doesn't
> bother me much either.)

+1 You might even consider mandating a double-dash between versions, so that 
they could have dashes:


We don't have to worry about the length of the file name, do we?


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