Commit 470a3f78 authored by Andrés G. Aragoneses's avatar Andrés G. Aragoneses

HACKING: add missing rule about parameter names

There's a mixture of style in Banshee's codebase about param
names. Sometimes they are written in the same way vars/fields
are written (under_score notation), but sometimes they use
camelCaseNotation. Lately I've come to realize that the latter
is a bit more frequent, so we should write this down ASAP
before we grow the mixed-style code indefinitely.
parent 7dfb0b51
......@@ -98,6 +98,10 @@ guidelines. If code is in violation, you will be asked to reformat it.
parameter in the place of the actual parameter (a mistake that is very
usual when using the older Assert.AreEqual(,) syntax).
14. Parameter names should be written like:
camelCaseWord
.NET API Naming Guidelines
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