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Re: About notation
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 15:35:22 -0000
--- In kicad-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, jean-pierre charras - INPG <jean-pierre.charras@...> wrote:
> > Me. But I call it readable, not strange.
I called it strange because I've never seen the spacing INSIDE the parens... none of the major indenting style IIRC do it this way. I was asking aboutthe reasoning behind them (or maybe you simply like it that way).
> - members variable are prefixed m_ (like m_Color): a good idea from
> wxWidgets team ("m_" like member)
Yes, that's somewhat standard. MFC does it that way too.
> - functions arguments are prefixed a (like aColor): a good idea from
> Dick ("a" like argument)
Useful in constructors:D
> - global variables are prefixed g_ and local (not global) variables by
> s_ (fg_ and s_ like global and static) . This is my idea (I hope it is
Yes, I concur that globals should be visibly marked (if only to look for something to remove!). Static are less used, I never had the need to mark them.
> I never call ideas from others guys "strange".
> I try to understand these ideas:
Didn't wan't to offend... Just curious about the peculiar spacing.