~satchmo/libvmm

63d86ede17549b86a5746118897dc4a02eb2f44a — Jason Phan 2 months ago 66f2ba4
docs: Remove exceptions for casing
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Generally, `snake_case` is used for variable, function, and file names,
`CAPS_SNAKE_CASE` for macros, and `CamelCase` is used for everything else.

However, there are exceptions. In particular, if a user-defined type can be
described by a single word, is publicly available to users, and is something
that can be reasonably considered as a primitive in the context of the module
that it is in, then prefer lowercase letters. For example, the KVM API wrapper
has classes such as `vmm::kvm::vm` and `vmm::kvm::vcpu`, both of which are
absolutely fundamental to how the API functions and therefore may be considered
KVM "primitives."

### Classes

#### Data Members