libmsrpc function naming
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu Jul 21 19:18:01 GMT 2005
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Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2005 at 02:07:05PM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
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>>Chris Nicholls wrote:
>>>Any preference as to how the function names are prefixed?
>>>Although the library is libmsrpc, i kinda don't like
>>>having ms in every function name ;) (ie msrpc_some_fn() ). But
>>>it probably makes the most sense to name them that way.
>>I really don't like having ms in the name either. msrpc is
>>a little long and hard to type. We could follow the smbc_XX()
>>convention and choose rpcc_XX() bhut that looks like a typo.
>>maybe cmc_XX() for "CIFS management client" or cac_XX() for
>>"CIFS Admistration Client). Could also be Chris' Administration
>>client. Or Hey! cral_XX() for Chris' remote administration library?
> scrap_XX() (Simple Cifs Remote Administration
> Protocol). Even has "simple" in the name so it's on
> the fast track for IETF standards !
I kind of like cac_ myself. SCRAP was supposed to be the
new pipe name.....remember ;)
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