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      (NFC) Update version in header · fee14197
      totten authored
      This is a simple administrative update to the headers. It was generated with the command:
      
      ```
      rgrep '| CiviCRM version 4.7' CRM/ Civi ang api bin extern install/ settings/ templates -l \
        | xargs sed -i'' "s/| CiviCRM version 4.7/| CiviCRM version 5  /g"
      ```
      
      Tthe inclusion of `|` aimed to avoid matching any non-header text (e.g. inline docs that
      mentioned the version incidentally). But then I did a looser search and for just
      
      ```
      rgrep 'CiviCRM version 4.7'
      ````
      
      and manually patched the remainder.
      
      Note: I'm not really keen on doing this every month, so I relaxed the header
      statement -- instead of `CiviCRM version 5.0`, it's just `CiviCRM version 5`.
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      Style - Remove @access · 681aa547
      totten authored
      1. These annotations are useful in PHP4-style code.
      2. These annotations are useless in PHP5-style code. Either they're redundant with the code, or they contradict the code.
      3. In cases where there are contradictions, I don't think there's anyway for us to generally resolve the contradiction except to say, "The code is right."
      4. As a developer reading .php files, I look at the code and *never* look at @access.
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      Style - Remove @public, @private, @protected · 4e385d6c
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      1. These annotations are not valid in phpdoc. The actual annotation is "@access (public|private|protected)".
      2. These annotations are useful in PHP4-style code.
      3. These annotations are useless in PHP5-style code. Either they're redundant with the code, or they contradict the code.
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