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December 18, 2011
Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
The review of std.net.curl is done and the voting has started.  I'm 
loving this steady pipeline of reviews and additions to Phobos. 
According to http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue, there's 
nothing ready for review now, though.

Jacob Carlborg, are you ready to have std.serialize reviewed for 
inclusion in Phobos in a week?  Serialization is a pretty high priority 
and should be reviewed ASAP if it's ready.  Otherwise, does anyone else 
have something to fill in the bubble in the queue?  I'd like to start a 
new review after the std.net.curl vote is done.
December 18, 2011
Re: Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
On 18-12-2011 21:24, dsimcha wrote:
> The review of std.net.curl is done and the voting has started. I'm
> loving this steady pipeline of reviews and additions to Phobos.
> According to http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue, there's
> nothing ready for review now, though.
>
> Jacob Carlborg, are you ready to have std.serialize reviewed for
> inclusion in Phobos in a week? Serialization is a pretty high priority
> and should be reviewed ASAP if it's ready. Otherwise, does anyone else
> have something to fill in the bubble in the queue? I'd like to start a
> new review after the std.net.curl vote is done.

I hate to be the one doing this, but can I nitpick on the name? 
std.serialization sounds much better than std.serialize for a module name.

In any case, +1 for having Orange up for review next! Would definitely 
like to see it in Phobos ASAP.

- Alex
December 19, 2011
Re: Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
On 2011-12-18 21:24, dsimcha wrote:
> The review of std.net.curl is done and the voting has started. I'm
> loving this steady pipeline of reviews and additions to Phobos.
> According to http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue, there's
> nothing ready for review now, though.
>
> Jacob Carlborg, are you ready to have std.serialize reviewed for
> inclusion in Phobos in a week? Serialization is a pretty high priority
> and should be reviewed ASAP if it's ready. Otherwise, does anyone else
> have something to fill in the bubble in the queue? I'd like to start a
> new review after the std.net.curl vote is done.

I guess so. I have a few things I would like to fix first, it currently 
doesn't build on latest DMD because of the deprecated typedef.

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
December 20, 2011
Re: Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
On 18/12/2011 21:17, Alex Rønne Petersen wrote:
> On 18-12-2011 21:24, dsimcha wrote:
>> The review of std.net.curl is done and the voting has started. I'm
>> loving this steady pipeline of reviews and additions to Phobos.
>> According to http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue, there's
>> nothing ready for review now, though.
>>
>> Jacob Carlborg, are you ready to have std.serialize reviewed for
>> inclusion in Phobos in a week? Serialization is a pretty high priority
>> and should be reviewed ASAP if it's ready. Otherwise, does anyone else
>> have something to fill in the bubble in the queue? I'd like to start a
>> new review after the std.net.curl vote is done.
>
> I hate to be the one doing this, but can I nitpick on the name?
> std.serialization sounds much better than std.serialize for a module name.
>
> In any case, +1 for having Orange up for review next! Would definitely
> like to see it in Phobos ASAP.
>
> - Alex

I recently started abbreviating Serialization as s11n (Es-Eleven-En) in 
the same vain as i18n for Internationalization and l10n for 
Localization. Its not my invention, its in use in C/C++ libs and 
probably other languages too. I think std.s11n; world be an acceptable 
module name.

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December 20, 2011
Re: Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
On 2011-12-20 01:52, Alix Pexton wrote:

> I recently started abbreviating Serialization as s11n (Es-Eleven-En) in
> the same vain as i18n for Internationalization and l10n for
> Localization. Its not my invention, its in use in C/C++ libs and
> probably other languages too. I think std.s11n; world be an acceptable
> module name.
>
> A...

I've never heard that abbreviation.

-- 
/Jacob Carlborg
December 20, 2011
Re: Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
On Tuesday, December 20, 2011 08:38:28 Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2011-12-20 01:52, Alix Pexton wrote:
> > I recently started abbreviating Serialization as s11n (Es-Eleven-En) in
> > the same vain as i18n for Internationalization and l10n for
> > Localization. Its not my invention, its in use in C/C++ libs and
> > probably other languages too. I think std.s11n; world be an acceptable
> > module name.
> > 
> > A...
> 
> I've never heard that abbreviation.

Me neither. I'd just go for serialize, because it's completely recognizable 
and shorter than serialization.

- Jonathan M Davis
December 20, 2011
Re: Next in Review Queue (12/18/2011)? std.serialize/orange?
On 20/12/2011 07:38, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2011-12-20 01:52, Alix Pexton wrote:
>
>> I recently started abbreviating Serialization as s11n (Es-Eleven-En) in
>> the same vain as i18n for Internationalization and l10n for
>> Localization. Its not my invention, its in use in C/C++ libs and
>> probably other languages too. I think std.s11n; world be an acceptable
>> module name.
>>
>> A...
>
> I've never heard that abbreviation.
>

I got fed up of typing it "the long way" and started using the same 
abbreviation technique as for i18n (ie 
firstLetter-#omittedLetters-lastLetter) googled the result and found out 
I was not the first to have the same idea. I've no more etymological 
references than that but I never claimed it was common or well known ^^

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