Consensus on the kdelibs coding style
chanika at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 18:57:13 BST 2008
On July 10, 2008 10:28:53 Maksim Orlovich wrote:
> >> But I doubt that it will be really useful, as the membership isn't
> >> maintaining kdelibs, so you won't get a very meaningful result.
> > as in other cases, the e.v. membership is the best representation of
> > concerned people we have.
> Just because it's the best representation doesn't mean it's good
yeah, I'm concerned that e.V won't be seen as representative of actual kdelibs
contributors. I'm not sure what the reality actually is, but appearances are
important in these things. no point in a vote unless people will respect it.
> Really, if you think different indentation is a pain, I'd suggest you
> write a little script or wikipage or such to produce modelines for what I
> think are the 3 most used editors in KDE --- emacs, kate, vi --- and
> encourage people to put all of them on their files to make things easier
> for other people. I think everyone would welcome such a /suggestion/, and
> would find such a resource very helpful.
we already have a .vim file to make kdelibs style easy. :) I'm not sure what
we have for the other editors... but I see something that looks like an emacs
thingy. have a look at trunk/KDE/kdesdk/scripts/kde-devel-*
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