[opam-devel] opam publish package name
louis.gesbert at ocamlpro.com
Thu Aug 27 05:57:56 BST 2015
> - Anil Madhavapeddy, 26/08/2015 18:49 -
> One thing I noticed is that the automatic plugin installation doesn't
> play well with non-interactivity (e.g. -y), btw.
It should work with `OPAMYES=1` ; it's otherwise a bit difficult to parse the command-line arguments that are normally directed towards a different program.
Or should we allow something like `opam -y publish` ? Or normalise the arguments a plugin is supposed to accept ?
I don't see a very nice solution to this...
> > On 19 Aug 2015, at 10:56, Louis Gesbert <louis.gesbert at ocamlpro.com> wrote:
> > Allowing plugins with packages named `opam-xxx` in opam 1.3 sure won't cost much. I don't see a good reason not to add it now even if it can't be used in a while.
> >> - Fabrice Le Fessant, 19/08/2015 11:49 -
> >> I think it's worth doing it, even if we also keep the old logic for
> >> compatilibility for a few years from now, until Ubuntu LTS is dead.
> >> Otherwise, we will either have to limit opam plugin names to avoid
> >> conflicts with existing packages (for example, "cache" is already a
> >> package, preventing "opam-cache", etc.), either to reserve names for
> >> possible plugins ("search", "file", "git", etc).
> > "search" is already an opam command :)
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