[TYPO3-50-general] OrthoScript

JoH asenau info at cybercraft.de
Sun May 20 02:47:03 CEST 2007

> If you want to stick to uppercase, this makes a difference that adds
> inconsistency, IMHO. Plus it makes it harder to match TS names to
> classes/objects in an exact way.

Suggestion: Make it case insensitive, since it doesn't make any difference.
There is no TEXT, Text and text for different things (except GIFBUILDER
text.whatever but this should be removed anyway), so it simply doesn't
matter, what exactly the TypoScript "Author" writes as long as he spells the
object or property correctly. Still the camel case should be recommended and
all objects should be written in upper case, but internally you could
convert everything to lowercase and just use it. It would make life for
developers a lot easier and remove one possible source for a lot of errors.

What do you think?


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