On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Jeroen van Wolffelaar wrote:
> > I'm against that. Usually underscore-prefixed symbols are used by system
> > libraries and OS and we don't need to go in that direction. I'm also
> > against using pif_, because it's not an internal function that you are
> > naming, but rather, a helper one.
> I don't really have an opinion on this matter, I just wanted to know what to
> do. So you are suggesting to simply stick with php_ prefix and not doing
> anything else?
> Then I'll comply with that. In math.c, I saw that use of underscore as first
> letter, so that is not according to how it should be done, I assume.

It's a remnant from PHP 3.


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