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Try to make same comments for constructors.

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	lib/Cake/I18n/L10n.php
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commit f0205f53ada0c1074c81f027c5d319af957d020f 1 parent 9d18a5d
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2  lib/Cake/Controller/CakeErrorController.php
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ class CakeErrorController extends AppController {
public $uses = array();
/**
- * __construct
+ * Constructor
*
* @param CakeRequest $request
* @param CakeResponse $response
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2  lib/Cake/Core/Object.php
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
class Object {
/**
- * constructor, no-op
+ * Constructor, no-op
*
*/
public function __construct() {
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1  lib/Cake/I18n/L10n.php
@@ -327,6 +327,7 @@ class L10n {
/**
* Class constructor
+ *
*/
public function __construct() {
if (defined('DEFAULT_LANGUAGE')) {
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2  lib/Cake/Log/Engine/BaseLog.php
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
protected $_config = array();
/**
- * __construct method
+ * Constructor
*
* @param array $config Configuration array
*/
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14 lib/Cake/Network/CakeResponse.php
@@ -376,7 +376,7 @@ class CakeResponse {
protected $_cookies = array();
/**
- * Class constructor
+ * Constructor
*
* @param array $options list of parameters to setup the response. Possible values are:
* - body: the response text that should be sent to the client
@@ -630,12 +630,12 @@ public function statusCode($code = null) {
/**
* Queries & sets valid HTTP response codes & messages.
*
- * @param integer|array $code If $code is an integer, then the corresponding code/message is
- * returned if it exists, null if it does not exist. If $code is an array, then the
- * keys are used as codes and the values as messages to add to the default HTTP
- * codes. The codes must be integers greater than 99 and less than 1000. Keep in
- * mind that the HTTP specification outlines that status codes begin with a digit
- * between 1 and 5, which defines the class of response the client is to expect.
+ * @param integer|array $code If $code is an integer, then the corresponding code/message is
+ * returned if it exists, null if it does not exist. If $code is an array, then the
+ * keys are used as codes and the values as messages to add to the default HTTP
+ * codes. The codes must be integers greater than 99 and less than 1000. Keep in
+ * mind that the HTTP specification outlines that status codes begin with a digit
+ * between 1 and 5, which defines the class of response the client is to expect.
* Example:
*
* httpCodes(404); // returns array(404 => 'Not Found')
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2  lib/Cake/TestSuite/CakeTestSuiteDispatcher.php
@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ class CakeTestSuiteDispatcher {
protected static $_Reporter = null;
/**
- * constructor
+ * Constructor
*
*/
public function __construct() {
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