Re: regarding source (re-)indenting

From: Daniel Stenberg <>
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 20:01:47 +0200 (MET DST)
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On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, Kent Landfield wrote:

> # The first reaction that comes into my mind now when traversing the lines of
> # parse.c is to re-indent them once again so that I can read them...
> Then do so, the files are there. As long as it is consistent
> through out the source files, I don't care if it's two, four, eight, ...

Ok, I'll see what I need to do to make it more appealing to me.

> # sudden it is nearly impossible to view cvs-logs to track changes and see

> ? It was needed as we are in the final stages of releasing 2.0. That was
> on the list of things I proposed to you a while back, before I posted
> that same list to the hypermail mailing list.

Ok, I admit I may not have thought it over at that point nor commented it.

> Not sure why a longer line would make it nearly impossible to view.

Ah, I mean that all diffs from the most recent versions against somewhat older versions are now showing the whole file as different, instead of just the few actually modified lines.

> The only religious issue I have with indenting is consistency for ease in
> reading and debugging.

Apart from the 8-wide tab, I'm not a religious person ethier! ;-)

  Daniel Stenberg -- member of the Hypermail Development Crew
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