[ODE] Code quality
STenyaK (Bruno Gonzalez)
stenyak at gmx.net
Mon Feb 5 15:18:50 MST 2007
Also, the indent style can be automatically applied using tools such as
I've even read about people using pre-commit/post-update scripts that
automatically apply the project/developer styles respectively.
On Mon, 05 Feb 2007 22:05:12 +0100, Jon Watte (ODE)
<hplus-ode at mindcontrol.org> wrote:
> 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:
>> > 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.
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