Da Piatok 10 Februr 2006 12:44 Mark Somerville napsal:
> On Friday 10 February 2006 10:04, Mark Somerville wrote:
> > On Friday 10 February 2006 01:52, David Vallner wrote:
> > > Hmm, how "rubyish" are the Qt and GTK bindings anyway? I have
> > > personally a HUGE pet peeve against ever writing using for example
> > > #set_foo in a ruby binding instead of #foo= (wxRuby);
> >
> > That particular thing is solved for Qt4 -
> > http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/1686
> >
> > > goes for camelCase in method names, or
> > > Hungarian notation in class names instead of using module namespaces
> > > (FOX). Even if there's probably very good reasons for both of those,
> > > and if not, possibly very unreasonable to change them now, my mind
> > > still has problems switching between naming conventions mid-script.
> >
> > But the camelCase is still there.
>
> I think I was wrong. I haven't tried it out, but the README from the latest
> release (and perhaps earlier, not sure) suggests that you can use
> underscores or camelCase.
>
> Cool.

Utterly. It seems there's more people around with pet peeves like me. (Run for 
the hills! Doom is upon us!)

David Vallner