D15532: [Astyle] Add Objective C to list of languages with formatters
René J.V. Bertin
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Fri Sep 21 09:53:49 BST 2018
rjvbb added a comment.
> We could activate `-Wunreachable-code` so the compiler tells you where `break` isn't needed.
Evidently I was talking about a general principle, not about introducing a dependency on the compiler telling you what (not) to do. If I wanted that I'd be coding in Modula-2 ...
> C inherits PlainText inherits Octetstream -> C is-a PlainText is-a
> Octetsteam. So e.g. any handlers (like viewers) of a given format can also
> handle files of a format that inherits from it.
But those viewers cannot be expected to handle all specifics of a further evolved format, can they now? Despite all its differences C++ still has a lot in common with C, and formatting it as C is better than formatting as plain text, no?
I know the s-m-i entries talk about "subclass-of" (which to me in fact suggests the opposite, i.e. subset of) but Qt translates that to inheritance which I think is fine. And describes the situation exactly; C++ and ObjC aren't called D++ and ObjD for a reason after all ;)
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