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Am Sa den 24. Dez 2016 um 15:43 schrieb Ian Zimmerman:
> I use Emacs.
I do not know any of emacs and how to customize it depending on the
I would even not voluntary start emacs. ;-)
> - I strongly prefer spaces only indentation
That could be agreed with, I think.
> - I too prefer K&R ish style (opening brace after keyword on the same
See my follow up mail. I muddled the two.
> - I think it's helpful to code function declarations and calls like this:
> foo_func (long arg)
That's what I meat. Most often it is really important to have the
opening and closing braced on the same column.
> I mean in particular the hoisting of the return type on its own line,
That I don't need but have no oportunity against.
> - I am actually pretty religious about keeping to 80 chars per line.
When it comes to religious matter with styles I learned from many
projects that this is mostly wrong and could even kill projects.
As I said, I do not like this 80 column limit. It makes no sense anymore
and I had troubles several times with intermixing with editor line
So better let the editor do the (virtual) breaks/wraps.
Am Sa den 24. Dez 2016 um 19:53 schrieb Omari Stephens:
> I agree with everything you just said. But my terminal is 190 columns
> wide, and when I see lines wrapping just because the author didn't
> bother to put a single newline in there, it's a problem.
That could be..
> I think we could easily say "no lines longer than 160 chars" without
> incurring most of the downsides that you're bringing up.
That might be a good compromise. However, I would rather see that as
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