On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 23:10:51 +0200, Brian Foster <blf at blf.utvinternet.ie> wrote:
>> apologies if I'm coming across as a bit strident,
> but besides just returning from the pub ;-) the
> tendency to conflate the conformance of source code
> to some stone tablet with the code's functionality
> and quality is one of my "Hot Buttons".
That's cool Brian,
Our group is new and I was just looking to make things easier from the get-go. We've never before seen each other's code and there will (hopefully) be others from out there in Internet land who contribute. I would like if they used the conventions we're used to if they contribute. This is why I'd like something concrete to link to. I do think this is important though but your experience may differ. I'm just trying to follow a set of principals I think make sense and will make life easier.
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