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Re: CamelCase vs. all-lowercase package names

 
 
dieter
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      02-02-2013
Rhubarb Sin <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

> PEP-8 calls for "short, all-lowercase names" for packages:
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> http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0...d-module-names


This is mainly to support case insensitive file systems (and
file systems with quite limited path length).
With mixed case, some packages/modules may not conflict on
a case sensitive file system but happen to conflict on a
case insensitive file system.

 
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