find_app_name() should use the suggested package name

Bug #1017298 reported by Andrew Mitchell
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Ubuntu Apps Brancher
Fix Released
Daniel Holbach

Bug Description

On, find_app_name() guessed practice-your-english as the package name, but the suggested package name as entered is pyenglish.

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Daniel Holbach (dholbach) wrote :

Hum, I'm not quite sure how we can resolve this. There's a discrepancy, because of these two values:

  Application name: Practice Your English
  App: pyenglish_12.06.1.tar_1.gz

Please advise how to resolve. :)

Changed in apps-brancher:
status: New → Incomplete
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Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) wrote :

I'd suggest using the suggested package name field first, testing for a package in the PPA of that name, and then falling back to the generated name after that. The application name is more descriptive than the package name, so lowercasing & replacing spaces with dashes might be a fallback option.

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Daniel Holbach (dholbach) wrote :

Changed to suggested name. Made some unrelated changes to make pyenglish import work.

Changed in apps-brancher:
assignee: nobody → Daniel Holbach (dholbach)
status: Incomplete → Fix Released
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