## Revision 2c9fa1ff

ID | 2c9fa1ff0794b7a4ec9c0d350d4e9461629b2e12 |

Cleanup ht's use of positive/strictpositive

Currently, ht.py uses a bad terminology for positive/non-negative

numbers. Per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positive_number, this is the

correct terminology:

- A number is positive if it is greater than zero.

- A number is negative if it is less than zero.

- A number is non-negative if it is greater than or equal to zero.

- A number is non-positive if it is less than or equal to zero.

So this patch renames things as follows:

- TPositiveInt ⇒ TNonNegativeInt

- TStrictPositiveInt ⇒ TPositiveInt

- TMaybePositiveInt ⇒ dropped, not used anywhere

- TMaybeStrictPositiveInt ⇒ TMaybePositiveInt

- TPositiveFloat ⇒ TNonNegativeFloat

- TStrictNegativeInt ⇒ TNegativeInt

Signed-off-by: Iustin Pop <iustin@google.com>

Reviewed-by: Michael Hanselmann <hansmi@google.com>

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