Coding style (was: Re: [torquedev] Quick test report of cpuset
cat5 at minet.uni-jena.de
Sun Feb 17 01:19:45 MST 2008
Glen Beane <glen.beane at gmail.com> wrote:
> is there an official style guideline?
I vaguely remember asking for one, but getting a negative reply.
> I think my biggest offense is putting spaces after commas and around
> operators, but it really pains me to do that
++ coincidence - when merging the Libnet code, i ran across some
reformatting including the "sins" you mentioned...
I'm really in favour of adopting a more liberal space usage. While i'll
not go after anyone if that's rejected, i think it's more in line with
the general generous use of whitespace in the code anyway...
Just my $0.02
Regards, Matti Bickel
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