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<h2>What should the Reflection classes in Zend\Code?</h2>

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Which naming style for the reflection classes?
Choices Your Vote Current Result: (15 Total Votes) Voters

ClassReflection - Same styling as other objects in Zend\Code namespace

(9 votes, 60%)

Ralph Schindler, Jeremy Brown, Marco Pivetta, H Hatfield, Artur Bodera, Evan Coury, Matthew Weier O'Phinney, Gregory Cheung, Simon

ReflectionClass - Same styling as built-in PHP reflection extension being extended

(6 votes, 40%)

Jurian Sluiman, Benoît Durand, Denis Portnov, Josh Butts, David Jones, Gildas de Cadoudal

All voters:

Ralph Schindler, Jeremy Brown, Marco Pivetta, H Hatfield, Artur Bodera, Evan Coury, Matthew Weier O'Phinney, Gregory Cheung, Simon, Jurian Sluiman, Benoît Durand, Denis Portnov, Josh Butts, David Jones, Gildas de Cadoudal

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<h2>Reasonings</h2>

<h3>Consistency:</h3>
<ul>
<li>Using ClassReflection will keep things consistent within the Zend\Code namespace</li>
<li>Using ReflectionClass will keep things consistent with the PHP Reflection class</li>
</ul>

<h3>The current state of the code:</h3>
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