From: Jonathan Turkanis (technews_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-12 16:13:07
Rob Stewart wrote:
> From: "Jonathan Turkanis" <technews_at_[hidden]>
> The "x" was to convey "extended," not "eXperimental."
>> 5. device_streambuf / device_stream
> This is reasonably meaningful given the use of a Device and
> serves to distinguish the names from those in std.
They're hard to pronounce properly, though. I just realized that this is why I
don't like them.
>> 6. devbuf / devstream
> This makes me think of "development" buf/stream.
Yeah, thanks for pointing that out.
But speaking of "buf/stream," how about using "buf" and "stream"? E.g.,
typedef stream<file> filestream;
typedef buf<file> filebuf;
typedef stream<array> arraystream;
typedef buf<array> arraybuf;
> Thus, I like #5.
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