[Adium-devl] Early Returns and the Coding Style Docs

David Smith catfish.man at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 18:28:31 UTC 2006

On Mar 28, 2006, at 10:21 AM, Colin Barrett wrote:

> On Mar 28, 2006, at 12:28 PM, Evan Schoenberg wrote:
>> but use your judgement for what makes the code easiest for a  
>> newcomer to follow.
> What's quoted above is possibly the most important thing in this  
> thread so far. That's the whole point of our coding style  
> guidelines: to make the code easy for a newcomer to follow. This is  
> accomplished in several ways: a consistent indentation and bracing  
> style to make things visually pleasing, creating a standard for  
> naming so that form can then imply function, and discouraging the  
> use of confusing and obfuscating coding practices.
> Speaking of making the code easier for newcomers to read, is  
> documenting the undocumented sections of Adium going to happen,  
> ever? I'd like to see it by 1.0, but I dunno how feasible that is.  
> I'm willing to lend some time--indirectly by writing better  
> documented logging code, and directly by actually documenting  
> undocumented classes.
> -Colin

	Patr1ck was thinking of doing some documentation work, but I haven't  
heard him mention it in quite a while.


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