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From Christian Grobmeier <grobme...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [ognl] Codestyle
Date Mon, 10 Oct 2011 08:00:43 GMT
>> Of course, but automated changes are not guaranteed error-free.

I never had an error with Eclipse (use that since 2002 or so).

>> And it's easy to overlook some other change that was accidentally
>> committed at the same time.

As with every change. Actually with this argument we should stop
developing software. You always can commit a change by accident.

>>
>> If the code is currently self consistent, why change it?

Because: Standards rule.
IMHO all open source software should follow the programming language
standards. Not only oop safes extensibility, also readability does.

>
> Self consistency is great. People who write the code should have the
> most say and I'm not participating here so I'll accept this
> community's choice. That said, it would be really nice to have more
> consistency within commons itself. That might be a pipe dream but
> there you have it :)

A big +1 Gary.

When no other committers shout, I will stick with Simone said. But in
the end I would be glad to have this task done too.

Standards > Personal taste

Cheers

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