Subject: Re: proposed new KNF [was Re: Time to update KNF?]
To: Darren Reed <>
From: Tom Yu <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 01/18/2000 13:44:11
>>>>> "DR" == Darren Reed <> writes:

DR> I don't particularly like that.  My preference, personally, is to use "_t"
DR> to represent typedefs thus:

DR> typedef struct _bar {
DR> 	int	level;
DR> } bar_t;

I seem to recall that ANSI reserves identifiers of file scope with
leading underscores, so perhaps struct tags with leading underscores
should not be used for userland code.  Also, as has been pointed out,
I believe POSIX reserves the _t suffix.