On 08/20/2017 07:49 AM, Andres Freund wrote:
We currently still have the guideline that code should fit into an 80
character window. But an increasing amount of the code, and code
submissions, don't adhere to that (e.g. copy.c, which triggered me to
write this email). And I mean outside of accepted "exceptions" like
error messages. And there's less need for such a relatively tight limit
these days. Perhaps we should up the guideline to 90 or 100 chars?
Considering the prominence of high resolution monitors and the fact that
we don't really review patches (outside of commentary) in email much
anymore, it seems that may even be a bit archaic. On my standard FHD
screen using a standard size font I have a line length of 210 before I wrap.
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