Summary: keep-together.within-line=always does not work with
--- Comment #1 from maximilian.as...@boc-eu.com 2010-08-31 05:32:47 EDT ---
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Test case with some polish characters
Simon Pepping wrote:
On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 01:23:12PM -, vhenneb...@apache.org wrote:
Date: Fri Aug 27 13:23:11 2010
New Revision: 990144
In the output or in the source files?
I just thought I would homogenize our usage of todo tags and match what
seems to be the de facto standard (“TODO”) among current committers.
Most @todo indeed come from very old commits. I didn’t realise that
javadoc could do something with them, which is why that looked to me
like a minor
I don't have a strong opinion on whether to keep the @asf.todo or TODO. My
main interest was removing the javadocs warnings produced (under jdk1.6
doclet) through the former use of @todo.
My point in bringing it up was to request that we discuss beforehand
prospective changes that back-out or
Vincent Hennebert vhenneb...@gmail.com changed:
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A dedicated class with meaningful fields (e.g., xPlacement, xAdvance)
would probably be preferable to an array of 4 int. This would be safer
and easier to understand and use.
For the rest, that sounds good.
Glenn Adams wrote:
I'd like to mention a change I will