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Re: Filenames started with _(underscore) in Modules/ why?

Thomas Jollans
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On 06/24/2012 02:54 AM, gmspro wrote:
> There are some files whose filename is started with _(underscore). Why
> are they started with
> a underscore?

By convention, a leading underscore means private/internal.

A module with a leading underscore is typically an implementation detail
of another module with a public API, and should be ignored.

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