I've renamed a bunch of modules to clean up after a mistake I made a long time ago. Fortunately, this also coincides with fixing things to come in line with the style guide better. I'd prefer we do this in SVN trunk, so that I don't miss any renames from applying a patch from hg=>SVN. This was done in r
Modules that share a name with a class *have* to be renamed, otherwise the import mechanism breaks in a number of cases, and I'm not sure I can work around this.
Here's my list:
PlotCollection.py => plot_collection.py FieldInfoContainer.py => field_info_container.py ObjectFindingMixin.py => object_finding_mixing.py
Britton, can you verify these are okay:
Clump.py => clump.py HaloProfiler.py => halo_profiler.py EnzoSimulation.py => enzo_simulation.py LightCone*.py => light_cone_*.py
Stephen, can you verify:
MergerTree.py => merger_tree.py
Keep in mind that all auto-generated documentation, as well as reliable selective imports, are broken when the module is the same name as the class. So we can rename one or the other... And I apologize that I didn't catch any of these sooner. But I'm about 75% done with docstrings for PlotCollection.py, and this was breaking auto-generation of the docs.