Hans de Graaff writes:
Is there a specific reason that the ocaml package is called
not 'ocaml-mode'? The latter seems to be more consistent with other
similar packages such as ruby-mode and perl-mode.
That's the name that the contributor used.
I'd rather follow XEmacs package names, but I think the
rename the package makes sense.
Only because you don't understand how limited the XEmacs package
XEmacs's package system does not support complex dependencies,
specifically not package conflicts. So what's likely to happen is
that people will either not get the upgrade because they're unaware of
the name change, or they'll end up with both packages installed, and a
fairly high probability of getting code from both versions loaded into
their running XEmacs.
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