[torquedev] DBPRT statements and #ifdef 0

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Wed Mar 30 20:17:32 MDT 2011


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On 30/03/11 13:32, Glen Beane wrote:
> 
> my vote is to remove #if 0 blocks
> 
> they make the code hard to read, and the code in those blocks does not
> get maintained and becomes irrelevant anyway
> 
> this is one of the reasons we use svn,  so we don't have to do ugly
> things like this - the information isn't really lost

Another ACK for that. :-)

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