[erlang-questions] Code of Formatting
Sun Mar 15 18:56:12 CET 2015
I do not understand why did my post offend you.
I've just shared what works for me, assuming that it may work for you too.
From your original post I could not deduce (and I think that no reasonable man could have) the nature of the problem, so I assumed that your "suffering" was related to the code reading.
But now that you've mentioned contributing (and award winning) -- should that really entitle you to prescribe how others must write their code -- even the code that you've contributed; for you may have a reasonable expectation for a recognition (e.g. another award); however, I would disagree that this entitle you to expect others to use a particular editor/IDE (just to make it clear -- I am not trying to defend Emacs or Vim, nor am I using them).
On 15 Mar 2015, at 5:46 PM, Anthony Ramine wrote:
> Le 15 mars 2015 à 16:16, Valentin Micic <valentin@REDACTED> a écrit :
>> How about this:
>> If you think that reading such code may be of some benefit to you (e.g. help you learn something new), then, I suppose, "fixing" indentation problems may even be worth it (and you should quit complaining about it).
>> Otherwise, assume that the author had no intention for you to read his code, and move on.
> How about this:
> I'm not reading code I'm contributing to it enough to get an award. I rebase code that I wrote against a refactoring of mine that was merged back into OTP, and I have conflicts because someone touched it afterwards in a dubious fashion and reintroduced tabs in it.
> Also, you top-posted, such outrage, wow offense.
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