On Aug 17, 2010, at 3:57 PM, Jay McCarthy wrote: > We're attempting to write down coding guidelines for the project. > > Here is a first attempt: > > http://faculty.cs.byu.edu/~jay/tmp/201008161509-guidelines.html > > Please comment.
You write "As long as your code fulfills its promises and meets each of these criteria, you can push incrementally. For example, I may be working on adding an exhaustive queue library to Racket. I imagine supporting 30 different functions across 5 different queue implementations. I don't have to wait to push until all 150 function implementations are documented, tested, and stressed. I can push whenever I make progress on each of the required points." Either this is contradictory, or I'm misunderstanding it. The first paragraph suggests that the code must meet each of the criteria; the second suggests that as long as it's *closer* to meeting the required criteria, it's fine. John
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