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From Schley Andrew Kutz <>
Subject Re: I've ported CLI to C#, next steps?
Date Thu, 24 Apr 2008 21:02:29 GMT
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While you can make that argument for the Interface, the 'm_' prefix is  
necessary in order to write .NET code that is portable between C# and  
languages that do not support a "_" prefix for class level fields.  
Hence, the "m_" (a hold over from when the 'm' denoted 'module')

If a WIKI link is all that is desired I will go ahead and host the  
code locally. Thanks!

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On Apr 24, 2008, at 3:50 PM, Emmanuel Bourg wrote:

> Schley Andrew Kutz a écrit :
>> - Class level variables are now prefixed with "m_".
>> - Interfaces now begin with upper case "I". Ex. CommandLineParser  
>> is now ICommandLineParser.
> I personally dislike this convention. Since modern IDE highlight  
> class members and put nice icons in front of the class name it's no  
> longer useful.
>> Thoughts?
> I'd suggest adding a link to your port on the Commons wiki.
> Emmanuel Bourg
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