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From Ceki Gülcü <c...@qos.ch>
Subject Re: Applying Jalopy? - again
Date Sat, 05 Apr 2003 22:19:53 GMT
Ingo,

One possible solution is that for the modified files that cause conflicts 
you apply jalopy before performing a CVS update. Is that applicable  in 
your situation?

At 10:51 PM 4/5/2003 +0200, you wrote:
>I just started to get this mailing list. So I cannot reply to the thread 
>"Applying Jalopy?".
>
>Is anyone applying Jalopy to log4j?
>
>I would be happy if the source code is easier to read by someone who is 
>used to the coding standards (checkstyle and I).
>
>I think, it should be done by one person for the whole project at once on 
>a certain day announced here. So everone can synchronize his work with CVS 
>and the whole problem of conflicts because of reformatting will happen 
>once and for all.
>
>According to the standard, the indentation size should be 4 and not 2 as 
>it is specified in the configuration.
>
>Ceki, you already reformatted some classes (unfortunately some I was 
>working on). Can you do the reformatting for log4j? Only the fileset 
>"styled_files" must be extended for the task runJalopy.
>
>I could do it too. But I don't have the "authority" to change all files.
>
>Ingo

--
Ceki 


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