[web-devel] Last call for comments: WAI 0.4
Roel van Dijk
vandijk.roel at gmail.com
Wed Mar 30 18:07:39 CEST 2011
I share this opinion.
A package like case-insensitive doesn't expose non-ASCII characters in
its interface. Whether it uses such characters internally is of little
importance for dependencies. Even if you want to hack on
case-insensitive itself there is nothing forcing you to use these
characters. We would never reject a patch for not using our favourite
On 30 March 2011 17:50, Markus Läll <markus.l2ll at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, I'm biased, because I like what the package does.
> I guess I can see how it could be a showstopper for someone who doesn't want
> to dive into *another* something, that doesn't actually affect how the
> program performs. But this is only when you read (and want to contrubute to)
> code, that uses it directly. Otherwise, if using unicode, there should be
> nothing to worry about -- the equivalent names are always there to use...
More information about the web-devel