[ODE] Code quality

Jon Watte (ODE) hplus-ode at mindcontrol.org
Mon Feb 5 14:05:12 MST 2007

Note that intentation style, while nice, has zero correlation to quality 
of code.

I'd be much happier if the quality of code submissions went up, or, 
barring that, the quality of the control before patches were submitted 
went up.

Of course, nobody has any real time to actually work on these things, so 
don't expect it to get any better. Quality control is gruesomely boring 
work that most people don't want to do for money, much less free.


          / h+

Remi Ricard wrote:
> Hi,
>  > Hello!
>  >
>  > I have the feeling that the code quality of ODE is decreasing 
> steadily. Many patches are simply thrown in. And there seems to be no 
> real coding style convention. How about a code quality project?
> Several months ago I asked if there was a coding style for ODE.
> I hate to have to look at the code and see the code not correctly 
> indented. (N.B. I don't care if it is 2 space or 8 space or a tab since 
> I can set emacs to whatever it is decided).
> So maybe we can define an style and stick to it and people submitting 
> patch must follow it or the one patching the code make sure the 
> indentation is respected.
> Remi
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