The tags and are used interchangeably. So I think they can be merged (I'd merge into and rename that to ).

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One is a package, the other encompasses a much larger set of things. I forget what the standard on packages tags is, but if we have tags for other packages, then it makes sense to have a tag for ifthen. Otherwise, this seems like a good merge. –  TH. Mar 31 '11 at 3:53
    
@TH. If i haven't miscounted, 2 out of the 19 {ifthen} questions are actually about the package. I think people use both tags as concept tags. –  Caramdir Mar 31 '11 at 4:01
    
I'm for merging. If necessary, we could create an {ifthen-package} tag. –  lockstep Mar 31 '11 at 5:46
    
@lockstep, @Caramdir: Why not just retag the 17? I'm pretty sure none of the other package tags have a -package suffix (although, it wouldn't be horrible if they did). –  TH. Mar 31 '11 at 7:45
    
TH.: This would flood the starting page with old questions. (Been there, done that. ;-)) –  lockstep Mar 31 '11 at 7:53
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As it's meaningful and there are some votes, I

Perhaps somebody would create or suggest a tag wiki for .

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The tag was resurrected for a question specifically about the ifthen package. At the moment, the tag features four questions.

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