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Re: setprop vs. propset

From: Andreas Schweigstill <andreas_at_schweigstill.de>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 14:08:06 +0200


Kevin Grover schrieb:
> No problem for me at all. I have no trouble remembering them, perhaps
> because I always use the abbreviations. Just think of the commands as
> postfix rather than prefix ;-)

Me too.

I see something like a command tree in my mind:


Especially if Subversion supported command line completion it would be
much easier to type "prop" <TAB><TAB> in order to see which actions
could be performed on a property.

When doing software development I prefer a name convention like
module_action_property() or ModuleActionProperty(), like
lcd_clear_display(). When a new project is based on some existing code
I even prefer to use project_module_action_property() in order to be
able to distinguish between my own new code and existing code, e.g.
U-Boot or Linux kernel sources.

Andreas Schweigstill

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