Automatic using ::rtl::OUString etc.
sbergman at redhat.com
Mon Apr 16 02:33:54 PDT 2012
On 04/13/2012 07:42 PM, Lubos Lunak wrote:
> Strings already kind of are a magic special case. They are the one
> non-builtin type that is by far the most used one, close to the builtin ones
> (which is part of the reason why many programming languages do have strings
> as a builtin type). So I see nothing wrong with trying to get them as
> conveniently usable as possible, as ::any::little::annoynance::there
> AddsUpNumerousTimesL BECAUSE_THE_THING_IS_USED_SO_OFTEN.
I am not objecting to the goal of frequently used entities having
reasonably short names. I am objecting to the hacky implementation.
(And, at least in my book, the rtl:: prefix is already reasonably short.
What sucks is the "O" in "OUString"...)
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