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Rename bower package to ng-drupal #1

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signalpoint opened this Issue Jun 19, 2015 · 3 comments

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signalpoint commented Jun 19, 2015

Will you please rename your bower package to ng-drupal instead of angular-drupal? That way it matches your repository's name. I have a repository, npm package, and registered angular module called angular-drupal. I would very much appreciate it if I could use that namespace with bower as well. Thank you!

https://github.com/easystreet3/angular-drupal

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JayKandari Aug 13, 2015

Yes, I too agree with @signalpoint about naming this project to ng-drupal or any relavant. I was trying to download Signalpoint's module via bower, instead it gave me yours. Name makes sense. Thanks

JayKandari commented Aug 13, 2015

Yes, I too agree with @signalpoint about naming this project to ng-drupal or any relavant. I was trying to download Signalpoint's module via bower, instead it gave me yours. Name makes sense. Thanks

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alexpsi Oct 11, 2015

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Ok, its done, sorry for taking that long, you can use the namespace

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alexpsi commented Oct 11, 2015

Ok, its done, sorry for taking that long, you can use the namespace

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JayKandari Oct 12, 2015

Great.. :) @signalpoint. Love this module, will play and experiment more with this module. Thanks

JayKandari commented Oct 12, 2015

Great.. :) @signalpoint. Love this module, will play and experiment more with this module. Thanks

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