Hi all,

I have prepared node-expect.js[0].

But I have some doubt about ..

This module is not only for node.js module, but can be used also as
simple javascript in a browser (tested and it works).

So... should we provide also a libjs-expect.js package ?

If yes.. in this package should I make a link to node-module-file or
copy the file in  usr/share/javascript ?


Right now I have only node-expect.js and I did this in debian files:

debian/control:
Package: node-expect.js
Provides: libjs-expect.js

debian/links:
usr/lib/nodejs/expect.js/index.js usr/share/javascript/expect.js


Is it the wrong way to provide both javascript and node module at same time?


Best,

Leo.

[0] - http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=pkg-javascript/node-expect.js.git

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