Every time I've heard someone talk about a method, he was talking about the function, not the pointer to it. It's like, "when the dir_notify method executes..." Pointers don't execute. The functions to which they point do.
It's true that "dir_notify" isn't usually the name of the function, but it's clearly a description of one, like "the garbage collector function."
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