[Ironruby-core] Overriding CLS Virtuals
tmilker at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 00:35:15 EDT 2008
On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 6:59 PM, Orion Edwards
<orion.edwards at open2view.com> wrote:
> While none of the languages will stop you from using any conventions you
> like, it's MUCH easier to learn to put your ego aside, and go with the
I agree, however, the DLR adds a twist to the formula.
> The simple fact is, you're going to be reading loads of sourcecode written
> by others in the form of examples and so forth, and if you get annoyed every
> time you see stuff you 'hate' - well you're going to be having a pretty
> unhappy time.
I do not get annoyed if I am reading or programming in a single
language. I do like to keep things simple though. If I am working in
.NET, I am going to keep a single, consistent style convention for my
source code. I am not going to maintain two different conventions
just because I am using Ruby in half of my app and C# in the other.
Even if it were pure Ruby in IronRuby, I would use .NET guidelines
because I am almost certain to be using the .NET libraries in
IronRuby. In this case and in my opinion, the framework determines
the convention, not the languages used.
One of the main reasons why I am interested in IronRuby is because it
will give me access to WPF. GUIs with Ruby in Windows, I have
learned, is a pretty painful and overall annoying experience compared
to C# and WPF.
I do have a particular dislike for the underscore key because of its
placement on the keyboard as well.
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