This is all stuff you learn to grok quickly as you gain javascript
experience. When you think in closures, only then can you attain inner peace

-1 here... keep it concise.

On 10/4/07, Sven Klose <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I´m new to the source code, and had big trouble reading it. With the
> right indentation one could spot constructs immediately, but actually,
> the code is so compressed, it takes ages to even figure out where a
> function starts and where it ends, to spot if-statements and variable
> declarations, and so on.
> Some suggestions in detail:
> - dedicate a whole line for an opening/ending brace of a function if
> it doesn't contain just one statement,
> - keep the width of lines small,
> - declare only a single variable in a var-statement,
> - have indented conditional blocks, instead of squeezing an if-
> statement into a single line,
> - use distinct variable names, not 'Method' and 'method' in the same
> function for example,
> - use TABs, so all this all can be done without increasing the code
> size, and one can set the indentation width to suit his/her needs,
> - add more comments :)
> Your visual perception can spot the overall structure of code at once.
> Please keep it stupid for the likes of me. ;) I'd do the reformatting,
> if desired.
> However, I find the use of spaces and empty lines very good already.
> Best regards.
> >

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