First, I LOVE Python, and Python is my first programming language. I'm just wondering why Python's packages got kinda ugly unmemorable and sometimes very long names? I find other languages (e.g. ...
I own a .co.uk domain, and I whenever I've dealt with Java-style package naming, I've gone with uk.co.domainname. Once I encountered package that did the following: co.uk.domainname. Is one of these ...
Possible Duplicate: What is the point of Java’s package naming convention? What package name to choose for a small, open-source Java project? I write Java (and derivative languages with ...
I'd like to publish a small open-source library in Java. I wonder what package name should I choose? I'm not a company and I don't have a domain that I could use as the basis for naming the package ...
I've been programming in Java, C#, Python and AS3 most of the time and in all of these languages there are packages (or something like that). The problem I found is with the naming convention, or even ...
Often, in libraries especially, packages contains classes that are organized around a single concept. Examples: xml, sql, user, config, db. I think we all feel pretty naturally that these packages ...
Some programming languages (e.g. Java and C++) have language features called "packages" or "namespaces". How useful is it really to have namespaces? It is possible to mark functions and classes as ...