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I see no real need to distinguish between static and non-static members, and I really don't like mixing different naming styles for Gnash. So I'm still for introducing the camelCase style everywhere. It's the predominant style in the codebase by now.
Also, I agree that it's helpful to have private data members prefixed with _, but don't really think that the style of the name is that important (as it's internal anyway, it's not going to be part of the API, so if you want a bit of choice anywhere, it should be there). I use _camelStyle for those too, as (again) it seems more consistent to use just the one style.
I agree with the rest. I think there is no malloc or free left in Gnash, by the way, except in external libraries that handle it themselves and cxxabi.
--Bwy 03:35, 5 September 2008 (MDT)