[r6rs-discuss] hello.0.4.2.sls vs. hello-0.4.2.sls
Anton van Straaten
anton at appsolutions.com
Thu Jun 28 08:38:31 EDT 2007
John Cowan wrote:
> Mikael Tillenius scripsit:
>>In the non-normative appendices it is recomended to store library source
>>files with a name like "hello.0.4.2.sls". Isn't "hello-0.4.2.sls" (with
>>an "-" rather than ".") more common in other contexts?
> Indeed it is, and there is a great deal of archiving software that
> knows about GNU-style conventions, in which the leftmost hyphen that
> is followed by a digit delimits the name (which may contain hyphens)
> from the version/format information (which generally does not).
> See http://www.catb.org/~esr/writings/taoup/html/ch19s02.html#naming
> for details.
Thanks. I think this was an oversight.
More information about the r6rs-discuss