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From Greg Stein <gst...@lyra.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] 2nd draft of APR wrapper for iconv
Date Wed, 19 Apr 2000 19:48:09 GMT
On Wed, 19 Apr 2000, Jeff Trawick wrote:
>...
> >                  "ap_codepage*" is long and clunky, but better
> >than ap_cp.  Maybe "ap_xlate"?

I'm with Ken re: ap_cp. I just didn't want to raise yet another issue in
this thread :-)

I thought of "xlate" also, but wasn't real positive on it. I came up with
"i18n" as an alternative.

> 
> Recap:
> 
> Ryan: +1 as the code sits now
> Ken:  -1 as the code sits now, with only an issue with the name;
>       offers "xlate" as an alternative
> Jeff: doesn't care whether the name changes or not, is o.k. with "cp",
>       prefers "xlate" over "codepage" since "codepage" seems rather
>       long

  Greg: +1 on "i18n". +0 on "xlate". -0 on "cp".

Note that i18n makes a good directory name and leaves us lots of room for
the future.

> Does anybody else care to express a preference for "cp", "xlate",
> "codepage", or some other term?  As a reminder to those joining us
> late, please note that it will be substituted for X in the following
> filenames/symbols:
> 
>   lib/apr/X/foo/X.c
>   lib/apr/include/apr_X.h
>   ap_X_t
>   ap_X_open
>   ap_X_close
>   ap_X_conv_buffer
>   ap_X_conv_char

The problem is that i18n doesn't work as well for the current set of
symbols. How about:

  ap_i18n_cvt_t
  ap_i18n_cvt_open
  ap_i18n_cvt_close
  ap_i18n_cvt_buffer
  ap_i18n_cvt_char

Cheers,
-g

-- 
Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/


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