Hans Aberg writes:
> I will try to be frank, too, even though it sometimes can be hard. :-)
yes i do have definitely an advantage here
> I can note that all suffix names are complete English words, except -sep.
> If one is inconsistent in this respect, names can be difficult to remember.
good point, but do you also have a good idea what to you instead? either as
short forms always or a long form for the other.
i must confess that that i already hate writing
foo-bar-baz-boolean = true
but then one doesn't do this that often so undertstandable names could be of
some help if one is looking at some template instances.
> (As everybody knows, "id" is the primitive undifferentiated part of the
> psychic apparatus that reacts blindly on a pleasure pain-level, and was the
> downfall of the Krells in the movie "Forbidden Planet".)
that rather seems i have chosen the wrong suffix here as well.
any other comments?
perhaps not only on the sufixes but also on naming conventions for the whole