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From Kresten Krab Thorup <>
Subject Re: coding standard
Date Mon, 06 Mar 2006 08:03:13 GMT
The IONA contribution is using it's own set of standards, and if it  
is to be reformatted it should probably happen pretty soon.

As for how the coding standard look, I don't care.

To have any chance of success however, I think that someone will make  
a set of IDE configurations for it so that we can all just use the  
IDE's formatter.

Kresten Krab Thorup

On Mar 6, 2006, at 8:00 AM, Lars Kühne wrote:

> Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
>> Lars Kühne wrote, On 3/5/2006 5:57 AM:
>>> Hi,
>>> to make life easier for all of us, I think we need to agree on  
>>> some coding standard. This will prevent changing indentation,  
>>> opening brace position, tabs vs spaces, etc. back and forth with  
>>> each commit.
>>> Personally I don't really care which standard we use, as long as  
>>> we use one. I suggest we use the same rules as Geronimo (http:// 
>>>, because that is in  
>>> line with the Eclipse defaults. Any objections?
>>> I'm not sure yet what exactly requires a vote. Is a coding  
>>> standard something we should vote on (if only to demonstrate our  
>>> ability to reach consensus by voting) or is lazy consensus  
>>> sufficient here?
>>> /Lars
>> I personally do not like the Geronimo coding standards and the  
>> argument that this is in line with what Eclipse defaults to has no  
>> weight with me since I, like all sane people, use IntelliJ.  ;)
> :-)
> I use both...
>>   I like what Apache Directory has, minus a few spaces.
> Yeah, that would also be OK with me. I don't really care what we  
> agree on, as long as we agree on *something* and I can start  
> removing those annoying TABs.
> I'd rather spend my energy fighting over Ant vs. Maven :-)
> Regards,
> Lars

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