On Wed, Apr 21, 2004 at 10:29:13AM +0200, Paul Wagland wrote:
> struct externfs_file_ops:
> Almost all of the functions have the naming form verb_noun, except
> for file_create(). I would suggest to reverse this for the sake of
Yup. I'm schizophrenic on verb-noun vs noun-verb, sometimes within
the same interface, as you've noticed.
> Most functions have "long names" that is open_file, link_file,
> access_file, etc. The exceptions to this are mkdir(), rmdir(), mknod(),
> readlink(), and statfs(). This cannot be done to "keep standard
> semantics" since open_dir() is not in it's standard form either. I
> would suggest to rename all of the "short form" functions into the
> standardised form.
> Jeff, if you agree with the above, let me know, and you will receive a
> patch for it later today.
OK, can you make it on top of sikkh's patch?