from #debian-multimedia <fsateler> andrewrk: why did you remove the ncp binary? <andrewrk> fsateler, it clutters up the global bin namespace, and why would you ever use it instead of plain old cp ? <andrewrk> it seems common for node module authors to include useless binaries with their libraries <andrewrk> another one: https://github.com/rvagg/node-errno <andrewrk> in the common use case, all node modules are installed locally to the project. so people are not worried about picking globally unique binary names. in the above project if you were using it you could do something like: <andrewrk> ./node_modules/.bin/errno foo <andrewrk> while developing. but as node-errno debian package I think it makes sense to only include the library functionality <andrewrk> I suppose Jérémy Lal would have an opinion on this
Any other opinions out there?