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[Bug 3017] rename documentRules and documentRule

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Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 16:54:03 +0000
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------- Comment #4 from ysavourel@translate.com  2006-03-22 16:54 -------
This issue (Bug #3017) is one of the topics for discussion this week (and
decision at the Wed Mar-29 teleconference).


1) The question: how should the current 'documentRules' should be named?

Since we don't have schemaRules the name documentRules may not be appropriate
anymore. [Note that the renaming of documentRule is resolved since we decided
to go for translateRule, termRule, etc.]

Several names are proposed: globalRules, itsRules, rules.

2) The question: what should be the suffix for the 'value passing/pointing'

The name of the attributes that use to be called xyzMap in the Mandelieu
proposal need to reflect their 'value passing/pointing' aspect rather than a
'mapping' that is something different. This applies for: locInfoMap,
locInfoRefMap, rubyBaseMap, rubyTextMap, termRefMap, etc.

Several suffixes are proposed: xyzPointer, xyzPassThrough, xyzValue (and I may
forget some).

My personnal (current) option:

1) rules
2) xyzPointer

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