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From "Remy Maucherat" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [collections][PATCH] SequencedHashMap violates Map contract, has poor performance
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 16:34:04 GMT
> Just 2 comments:
>  - I understand the use of the sentinel but in the very fast glance I
>    took at the code I still did not understand a couple of bits of
>    code related to it. Since it was a very fast glance, it is very
>    probable that everything is ok and that I just didn't get it yet.
>
>  - I should have been more explicit about "code style". I mean "code
>    formatting style". This is an ongoing discussion and I am not sure
>    that the "right way" is well defined at the commons.
>
> Hey everybody!
> Is there a well defined rule for Code Formatting Style at the Commons?

No, there's no general rule and no Coding Style Police either :-)
If you contribute to a component, the general rule is that you're supposed
to follow the component's coding style.

> The Jakarta general rule at:
>   http://jakarta.apache.org/site/source.html
>
> is:
>   All Java Language source code in the repository must be written in
>   conformance to the "Code Conventions for the Java Programming
>   Language as published by Sun, or in conformance with another
>   well-defined convention specified by the subproject. See the FAQ
>   page for links to subproject conventions.
>
> Some projects like Velocity:
>   http://jakarta.apache.org/velocity/code-standards.html
> define such non-Sun conventions.

There are indeed plenty of projects which don't follow this (not that I
care).

Remy


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