I’m working on a package that accomplishes two things, both related to enabling and disabling installed packages. This may be a waste of your time but I’d like some help naming it.
First it provides a list of your installed packages and each one can be toggled between enabled and disabled with a click on the name. Secondly it provides a built-in algorithm, similar to a
git bisect, that enables a set of packages for each reload to find what package is causing an error.
I have been going crazy trying to figure out what to name the package. I have a history of some bad names, like
tab-smart-sort (grin). I was hoping to find some short name that hints at both features. I would appreciate some suggestions. Here are some I’ve considered.
package-manager- This is too similar to
package-manager-commandsand it doesn’t hint at any features.
find-bad-package- Doesn’t hint to the select-enabled feature and seems to be saying a package is “bad” instead of just having an error.
find-guilty-package- My current bad name. Same missing feature and too cute.
package-bisect- Same missing feature but really gets to the point about bisect.
disable-and-bisect-packages- These cover all ground but are confusing. The second one is also long. I’ve always wondered why
Comments would be appreciated …
Edit: I guess cute names like
package-cop should also be considered.