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Re: Debian coding style?



In article <87wvyk4hsw.fsf@dsp.net> you write:
>uwd38znr@umail.furryterror.org (Amy Fong) writes:
>> 	- hungarian notation
>
>> Will the Debian community be excrusiatingly unhappy with this?
>
>I don't know about the Debian community, but *I* certainly will be
>extremely unhappy with this.  Hungarian notation *removes* flexibility
>from the code, breaks badly in the face of complex type systems such
>as C++ offers, and provides little or no advantages if you have
>adequate tools (ctags/etags, decent compiler warnings, proper
>prototypes, etc.)  I won't actually come to your house and kill you if
>you use hungarian notation, but the thought will probably cross my
>mind.  :-)

Same here (unhappy, no, not unhappy, upset) with Hungarian notation, 2
space tab.


Is there anybody who actually _likes_ hungarian notation and/or n != 8 space
tab? I'm basically trying to collect data points here (because those are
the only rules that I disagree with that they insist on).

Amy

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