[Python-Dev] .clinic.c vs .c.clinic
solipsis at pitrou.net
Mon Jan 20 12:19:09 CET 2014
On Mon, 20 Jan 2014 00:05:16 -0800
Larry Hastings <larry at hastings.org> wrote:
> On 01/19/2014 08:29 AM, Ethan Furman wrote:
> > On 01/19/2014 03:32 AM, Georg Brandl wrote:
> >> Am 19.01.2014 11:19, schrieb Larry Hastings:
> >>> Not kidding, my best idea so far is "foo.clinic.h.h",
> >> Why not always put clinic into its own directory?
> >> Modules/mathmodule.c -> Modules/clinic/mathmodule.c.h
> >> Modules/mathmodule.h -> Modules/clinic/mathmodule.h.h
> >> At least that is consistent, allows easy exclusion in tools, and gets
> >> rid
> >> of the additional "clinic" in the filename.
> > +1
> > If AC will work with both .c and .h files. I think a separate
> > directory is the way to go.
> In theory, Argument Clinic works with any file for which it can iterate
> over by lines and recognize comments. It current supports C and Python
> files and automatically recognizes a bunch of extensions.
> Okay, I'm taking a poll. I will total your answers and take the
> result... strongly under advisement. ;-)
> The rules:
> * The poll will be over in 48 hours, maybe sooner if a winner emerges early.
> * Please express your vote from -1 to +1. -0 and +0 will only be
> differentiated during a tiebreaker.
> * If you don't vote for a contestant, your vote will be assumed to be 0.
> * You may change your vote at any time while the poll is still running.
> * If you wish to nominate a new contestant, you may. Please give the
> contestant a name, and express how it would transform the filenames
> "foo.c" and "foo.h". I would strongly prefer that all transformations
> be expressable using str.format(transformation, filename="foo.c",
> basename="foo", extension=".c") .
> The contestants so far:
> Contestant 1: "Add .clinic.h"
> Contestant 2: "Add .ac.h"
> Contestant 3: "Add .clinic"
> Contestant 4: "Put in clinic directory, add .h"
> Contestant 5: "Put in __clinic__ directory, add .h"
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