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Author: Hendrik Boom
To: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] Starting outline for the DNG Safe Programmer Certificate
On Fri, Jul 30, 2021 at 01:49:46PM -0400, Steve Litt wrote:
> Josef Grosch via Dng said on Thu, 29 Jul 2021 15:32:05 -0700
> >Another suggestion I have is to use the variable and method naming
> >convention that java uses. I like the way it looks and I think camel
> >case is more readable than snake case.
> This reminds me of something not yet in the outline. The originating
> author should place, in comments, near the top, his or her syntax
> conventions including naming conventions, brace placements if not
> Python, spaces or tabs.
> I'm hidiously guilty of using violating my own conventions (or not
> having any), so I should make that document at the start of a project.
> Matter of fact, I should make it BEFORE my next project. Naturally, one
> such stylesheet must be made for Python, another for C, etc.
> In an ideal world, here's how I'd do C blocks:
> if(mybool)
>    {
>    do_my_stuff()
>    }

I tend to use
  { do_my_stuff();

I really believe matching braces should be on the same line, or,
failing that, at the same level of indentation; i.e., above one

And I'd like the compile to warn me of deviations from that.

-- hendrik

> However, I do it the way Vim preformats for me, to make my life easier:
> if(mybool){
>    do_my_stuff()
> }

> #ifndef AUTHOR
>    char * AUTHOR = "SteveT"
> #endif

> Steve Litt
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