Should I use
res-fast-check? or maybe
rs-fast-check? I’m not sure
Should I use
i have no official answer to that question, but i always felt that
rescript-my-binding was always better than any version with an acronym like
Some bindings even put that extra info in the module name (like the legacy
ReasonReact), which imo is super redundant.
"namespace": true, so that would mean my module entry point is
RescriptFastCheck instead of
ResFastCheck or similar.
However after re-reading the documentation I realised setting
namespace to a string is actually a supported and welcomed config now. I thought it wasn’t, my knowledge is a bit out of date
Yeah in that case, just
FastCheck would definitely be better than
RescriptFastCheck, no matter what the npm package is being called.
bs-platform will be soon published as
rescript on npm, and some core packages will most likely be published under the
@rescript npm organization, so it would make a lot of sense to have complementary community bindings like
rescript-webapi,… to match the theme?
Naming things is really the hardest problem, especially on npm.
Ok yes I’m going with
rescript-fast-check. I suspect part of the reason the
bs- prefix became popular - aside from the obvious shorthand for “BuckleScript” - is that it matched well with
bs-platform. If the core package is changing, it makes sense to follow.