[erlang-questions] Package Support/Use

Dmitrii Dimandt <>
Sat Nov 4 10:09:57 CET 2006


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> Thats a good question. We could just adopt the java approach and go
> with the reversed domain name. I personally wouldn't like that
> approach. We could also go with the way of the OID folks and have
> people register their top level namespace. This is probably a better
> approach but there are many others.


If there was a central repository of opensource erlang libraries, the
problem of name clashes would be virtually non-existent since every
developer would have to register a unique name in that repository before
releasing anything. See ruby gems, for instance...
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