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Re: [p2-dev] capitalization

There does not seem to be any particular reason for this. One hypothesis is that this may have been created by code assist in its attempt to provide variable name.
Anyway, consistency is good and in the future we should be careful.
Please go ahead and fix the one that you find as you go.

PaScaL
Inactive hide details for Jeff McAffer ---10/09/2008 05:29:51 PM---hey, I have noticed a couple places over the past while wherJeff McAffer ---10/09/2008 05:29:51 PM---hey, I have noticed a couple places over the past while where people are using capitalized variable


From:

Jeff McAffer <jeff@xxxxxxxxx>

To:

P2 developer discussions <p2-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Date:

10/09/2008 05:29 PM

Subject:

[p2-dev] capitalization




hey, I have noticed a couple places over the past while where people are
using capitalized variable/field names as in the example below from
ProfileSynchronizer.  This does not seem to follow the general practice
that we have had for naming.  If there are some new situtations that are
best served by this name format, lets capture that in the naming
conventions. Otherwise, lets not introduce new casing structures randomly.

   final String OSGiInstallArea =
Activator.getOSGiInstallArea().toExternalForm() +
Constants.EXTENSION_LOCATION;


Jeff
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