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From gou...@osmosis.gr
Subject Re: [QVote] remove JStyle
Date Thu, 15 Apr 2004 06:44:36 GMT


hi joerg

sorry for the delay (i was out of the office)
yes you have right, Jstyle is commented in all cocoon instances i use, but 
xsp/java generated code is nicely idented. So there is no objection from 
me.

--stavros

On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Joerg Heinicke wrote:

> > > > It does not provide much value - how many times have you looked into the

> > > > generated XSP code? And how important for you was formatting of this 
> > > > generated code? I'm ok with keeping it, but, for myself, I have it 
> > > > disabled (and jstyle.jar removed).
> > > 
> > > So let's start a quick vote: If anybody has objections when removing 
> > > jstyle.jar, the JStyleFormatter and its conf, please comment.
> 
> <gounis <at> osmosis.gr> writes:
> 
> > i think that they are users (i'm one of those) that use to take a quick 
> > look at gennerated from xsp .java files. For me is the best way to debug 
> > this code.
> 
> Of course, but are you sure you have jstyle in use? Have a look into your
> cocoon.xconf and search for "JstyleFormatter". Is it activated or in comments?
> If it is activated, your objection will count of course and I will not remove it.
> 
> The generated Java code is most probably more or less nicely indented because it
> is already indented in the XSP.
> 
> Joerg
> 
> 


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