[xmlsec] XML Security Library 0.1.1 release

Aleksey Sanin aleksey at aleksey.com
Wed Mar 26 07:42:08 PST 2003

There are two main reasons:
    - "class" is reserved word in C++, do not wan to intefere by occasion;
    - my objects are not real C++ classes; I do not want to mix my klasses
    with standard language feature.

And it's an old trick, actually. Check GTK/GNOME, for example :)


Jesse Pelton wrote:

>One thing I noticed browsing the documentation is the use of "klass" rather
>than "class." It appears systematic, showing up in structure member names as
>well as prose, so I assume it's intentional, but it looks odd to me. Is it
>intentional, and if so, what's the rationale?
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