Somebody in the office here loves their complicated restrictive parameters.
Those go in type aliases which cuts down a bit on the class parameter width.
On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 11:17:19AM -0500, Gabriel Filion wrote:
> I'm wondering if there's a current trend around style with parameter
> data types. I couldn't find a clear mention of how this is generally
> done in the community in the coding style guide on puppet.com.
> Is it better to align param names to the right of all data types in
> class/define definitions like this?
> class blah (
> String $input,
> Boolean $manage_x = true,
> Enum['hello', 'there'] $text = 'hello',
> it seems to make things a lot clearer, however it can push arguments
> quite far to the right side of the screen (and column count).
> what are your experiences wrt this?
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