[patch] reading from stdin in KWrite
dstone at kde.org
Mon Jun 2 10:54:46 BST 2003
On Mon, Jun 02, 2003 at 11:48:30AM +0200, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> On Monday 02 June 2003 10:37, Daniel Stone wrote:
> > On Mon, Jun 02, 2003 at 12:42:44AM +0200, Scott Wheeler wrote:
> > > The biggest part of this patch is a s/katePart/m_katePart/ since I needed
> > > to add a method called katePart() and since the m_ is used on other
> > > member variables this seemed like the way to go.
> > Given that studlyCappedVariables seems to be standard in most KDE apps,
> > why_did_you_descend_into_underscore_hell? IMO, mKatePart is very easy to
> > read, whereas m_katePart just looks ugly. Surely we don't need to mix
> > and match two naming styles? It feels to me like mixing and matching
> > spaces and tabs as a method of indentation.
> You seem to be poorly informed. The m_ prefix is widely used throughout KDE to
> indicate that the variable is a class member.
Hmm, I've not seen it much. Why are underscores and studly caps being
mixed? Both are separate (excuse the pun) of word separation in object
Daniel Stone <daniel at raging.dropbear.id.au> <dstone at kde.org>
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