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From Stephan Michels <>
Subject Re: [POLL] Interest in unified code convention
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 08:32:30 GMT

On 10 Dec 2003, David Crossley wrote:

> Stephan Michels wrote:
> >
> > after I made some positive experiences with jalopy, an open source
> > code formatter, I want to offer install jalopy with a proposal
> > for the our code convention.
> What do you mean by "install"? In our CVS? Or does each committer
> who wants to help, need to have it installed locally?

I mean to commit. I have now committed jalopy to the cocoon-2.1

> > This should be a welcome alternative to the various 'organize imports'
> > and 'dos2unix' etc.
> >
> > What do'ya think?
> As we discussed in the other "Whitepace" thread [1] there are
> many issues with this, so we need to tread carefully. Imagine
> that someone was doing major work on a certain component. When
> they do a 'cvs update' then they would get massive cvs conflicts.

If the source code in the CVS is well formated, this 'worst case'
couldn't happen.

> Perhaps we should practise with the cocoon-2.2 repository.
> I am not sure what POLL means, but yes i am interested.
> Thanks for exploring this.

I only want to hear your opinions.

> [1]

I missed that.


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