Adding ThreadWeaver libraries to kdelibs
neundorf at kde.org
Thu Sep 7 18:59:08 BST 2006
On Thursday 07 September 2006 14:41, Frans Englich wrote:
> On Thursday 07 September 2006 12:21, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> > Am Donnerstag, 7. September 2006 13:28 schrieb Frans Englich:
> > > In Webkit they have the one-class-in-one-file and
> > > class-name-equals-file-name principles, because it makes the source
> > > easier to navigate and improves hackability, /they/ say. I also
> > > practice that and for the same reasons.
> > Webkit isn't in kdelibs.
> And no one have said it is, nor claimed that we should do it because they
> do it.
> But I did give concrete reasons to why I think keeping a 1:1 mapping is a
> good idea, and asked why we shouldn't practice it; matters which wasn't
> answered by "Webkit isn't in kdelibs."
KDE is (in large parts) all about "who codes decides". So, just write a script
which generates these headers, either in Perl or in CMake. Perl should be
better suited for this.
I don't think there will be a lot of people objecting to these headers.
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