[Python-Dev] Changes to PEP 327: Decimal data type
tim.one at comcast.net
Thu Mar 18 17:16:58 EST 2004
[Shane Hathaway, on a piece of the Zope3 style guide
> Yes, but that policy fights with Python, leading to bad combinations.
I said "Zope" before, right <wink>?
> The first time I had to say something like
> "ZPythonScriptHTML_changePrefs" to a customer over the phone, I
> realized that the mixed conventions are a real problem.
No argument here.
> BTW, I assume this discussion is only about refining the conventions
> for method and function names. CamelCase for class names is still
> recommended, right?
It is by me, and I channel that it also is by Guido. Dissension will be
crushed <wink>. Module and package names seem muddier, although I think a
lot of projects (including the Python core) have been moving toward short
one-word all-lower names for those (especially for packages at top level).
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