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Re: Enforcing Code Style

From: Brad Stiles <bradley.stiles_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 11:08:10 -0400

Craig McQueen <mcqueen-c_at_edsrd1.yzk.co.jp> wrote:

> Pat Farrell wrote:
>> Benjamin Smith-Mannschott wrote:
>>> Tom, it sounds like you're looking for a technical solution to a
>>> social problem. That may not be the right way to approach the
>>> problem.
>> I'll be stronger, its the wrong way to approach the social problem.

Maybe it's not a problem? Maybe different code styles when working is
OK, but in the repository it isn't. I know a guy who works like this;
they just have a tool that they are supposed to run before checking it
in. It lets the individual programmer use his or her own prefered
style, but puts it into the repository in the "standard" way.

It's going a little overboard for my taste, but it works for them.


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