[development] Naming the CVS abstraction module
douggreen at douggreenconsulting.com
Sat Jun 9 14:22:51 UTC 2007
I admit I'm not the best module namer in this community, but I think I've
learned a few things from you all. Drupal tries very hard to use
descriptive names. A big -1 for VC, VCAPI, RC, RCAPI, etc. I like
versioncontrol.module or even better versioncontrolapi.
Try avoiding unnecessary underscores in the name, because these lead to
potential confusion with hooks.
I don't think there's any concern about the name length, the module field in
the system table is 255 characters. If you're concerned about typing 15 or
18 characters instead of 5, I suggest you use your editors word-replace
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From: development-bounces at drupal.org [mailto:development-bounces at drupal.org]
On Behalf Of Michelle Cox
Sent: Saturday, June 09, 2007 8:40 AM
To: development at drupal.org
Subject: Re: [development] Naming the CVS abstraction module
Ok, I admit I have no clue about CVS or this module but when I saw this
email, what came to mind is VCAPI.module. Long enough to not be quite so
confusing but not as long as writing it all out.
On 6/8/2007 9:04:18 PM, Rob Barreca (rob at electronicinsight.com) wrote:
> I like Version Control API, and think a module named
> versioncontrol.module is fine. Sure it's a bit more code, but IMO it's
> better to err on the side of being too explicit, than having people
> scratch their heads seeing vc.module.
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