Felipe Contreras wrote:
> I was going to make these stylistic changes to make you happy, but
> then I realized the only that does really make sense is to change msg
> = nil to msg = false, and it's not even worth to waste a thought on
> changes like that.
We don't have existing Ruby code in git.git to follow, so what I say
can obviously not have more weightage than "personal opinion". Don't
do things to "make me happy"; I am nobody. Have a good sense of style
and defend it instead of flaming me because you thought I was stalling
"Some of these style changes seem to make sense, and I'll fix them
after this patch gets merged."
"I have a different opinion on these issues, and here's why: "
would have both been appropriate responses.
> So I'll move on to the next patches, hopefully Duy or Junio would have
> some comments of actual significance, or maybe you would too, but for
> the moment it seems pretty clear you are only stating opinions about
> what Ruby code-style you like best.
I've done reviews of several iterations of this patch, and stylistic
comments were all that I had left: I might not be adequately
intelligent to come up with "comments of actual significance", but
that's a limitation you're going to have to deal with.
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