From: James Lavery <james@mi...> - 2001-12-20 08:30:29
> James wrote:
> > In terms of package/object naming, what should I do? Not sure if
> > the Perl validators should be in the Wx namespace. Notwithstanding
> > that, I think I should name the validators PlGenericValidator,
> > PlChoiceValidator etc., to differentiate from the 'native' wx
> > validators. What do you think? I don't know if there are
> > standards already published on this in the Wx/Perl community.
> No, there aren't yet; wxPython puts user contributions in
> wxPython.lib, but Python has a nice feature that lets you do
> from wxPython.lib import fooclass ( or something like this ),
> and the use fooclass withour qualification. I'd like
> to have the Wx:: prefix ( same CPAN dir ), so,
> Wx::lib::someclass, or Wx::extra::someclass, or
> Wx::Plsomeclass are all valid choices.
What about Wx::Pl::someclass - the Pl indicates that it is implemented
in Perl. Wx::lib::someclass does not impart the same information.
From: James Lavery <james@mi...> - 2001-12-21 08:14:11
> I agree with your reasoning, but would suggest=20
> Wx::Perl::someclass ... that is
> only 2 chars more to type... and scores fewer questions for=20
> support. Perl is
> only 4chars, why abreviate to 2?
Very sensible - I agree!
From: Alexander F. Gutfeldt <perluser@bl...> - 2001-12-20 15:50:27
On Thu, 20 Dec 2001 08:30:07 -0000, you wrote:
>What about Wx::Pl::someclass - the Pl indicates that it is implemented
>in Perl. Wx::lib::someclass does not impart the same information.
I agree with your reasoning, but would suggest Wx::Perl::someclass ... =
only 2 chars more to type... and scores fewer questions for support. Perl=
only 4chars, why abreviate to 2?
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