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Re: Debian coding style?

On Fri, May 07, 1999 at 04:16:35PM -0400, Havoc Pennington wrote:

> Probably not. There is no Debian standard. There are two widely-used
> standards in free software: the GNU standard (Emacs default, see GNU
> web site) and the Linux kernel standard
> (/usr/src/linux/Documentation/CodingStyle). Most people seem to
> write with a style heavily influenced by one of these, though
> everyone has their own idiosyncracies.

Don't forget the BSD/Apache/etc... style:-> Nice, standard, not too
extreme, easy to read...  And it's included in Emacs, to boot.

As you can see, everyone has their own style - use what makes you
happy for your own code:-)

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