* From Matthew Dillon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> :When you make the code more readable, you introduce further diffs, and you
> :leave no reference against the original code of where the functional changes
> :are. Either make the "base" code cleaned up by committing non-functional
> :changes first, or commit against the "base" code your functional changes,
> :and then clean it up. Otherwise, it's a pain in the ass to sort things out.
> :And for what it's worth, I'm all for readability improvements in our code, I
> :just also like to go and view diffs sometimes and try to figure out what's
> :But I think you're also right on the rule of thumb thing, if someone does not
> :want to do this favor to everyone who might want to read diffs or annotate
> :changes to the code and get something meaningful, that's fine. I've done it
> Oh come on, that is not what I meant at all and you know it. What is
> this junk about 'not wanting to do this favor to everyone'? I never
> said that. I didn't even come CLOSE to saying that or infering that.
> It is complete and utter bullshit and a severe... nay, *EXTREME* twisting
> of what I said.
I was twisting my own words, not yours.
> You missed the point entirely. Go back and READ WHAT I WROTE. I made
> it pretty damn clear.
I was showing a parallel set of thoughts and points of my own.
J. Mallett <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> FreeBSD: The Power To Serve
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