Convention/standard for naming files, functions and variables
fn42551 at fmi.uni-sofia.bg
Sat Jan 3 12:29:22 PST 2009
Matthew Burgess wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Jan 2009 21:31:57 +0200, "Angel Tsankov"
> <fn42551 at fmi.uni-sofia.bg> wrote:
>> Do you use lowerCamelCase also to name your files and do you
>> differentiate shell scripts, music/video files, books when it comes
>> to file names?
> I use lowerCamelCase in my source code files (python, shell, C++,
> etc. - note that Java doesn't let you do this, I don't think; there
> the case of the file name has to match the case of the class
> contained within the file, which by normal Java conventions is
> UpperCamelCase). I tend to use hyphens if I'm writing a plain-text
> notes style document, and my ripped audio files contain hyphens to
> delimit their fields (~/music/artist/albumTitle/trackNo-trackTitle),
> where any spaces in any of the fields are converted to '_'. Suffice
> it to say, all of these are pretty personal choices, and you should
> really just choose whatever works for you.
I agree, thanks a lot for your answers!
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