[jkaluza@redhat.com: Renaming "rubygem-passenger" to "passenger"]

What's baking in the Rawhide… FYI

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··· Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2014 09:35:14 +0200 From: Jan Kaluža To: Development discussions related to Fedora Subject: Renaming "rubygem-passenger" to "passenger" User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:31.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/31.1.0


upstream asked us 6 months ago if it would be possible to rename
"rubygem-passenger" package to “passenger” and clean-up the package little bit
to match the progress Passenger did in last years.

The reason to do this is that Passenger is not real rubygem anymore and
supports more languages than just Ruby. During the years, "rubygem-passenger"
package deviated little bit and in some respects does not respect Fedora

I’ve changed the existing “rubygem-passenger” package to match the Fedora
Guidelines and I’m going to rename it to “passenger” in Fedora Rawhide. All
other Passenger maintainers are aware of this change.

You can see the rename review here:

Jan Kaluza

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