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Re: [PATCH] more typo/wording fixes

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-03-12 19:33:32 CET

"Ed Price" <ed.price@gmail.com> writes:
> Actually, I realize now that "properly" capitalizing acronyms in all
> comments would conflict badly with what appears to be commonly
> followed (internal) comment style in which parameter names are written
> in all caps. For example:
> /* Tweak the entry NAME within hash ENTRIES. If NEW_URL is non-null,
> * make this the entry's new url. If NEW_REV is valid, [...]
> Changing "url" to "URL" there would be a bad idea.

FWIW, we often still use upper-case acronyms in such doc strings, even
though they then look like they might be parameters. It hasn't seemed
to be a problem in practice, since one can always check a parameter
against the actual function definition. We don't seem to be
consistent about this, but I personally don't mind -- it's a minor

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