[Mono-dev] Coding conventions when porting MS code.
greenboxal at gmail.com
Sat Nov 15 16:31:06 UTC 2014
I think that what Miguel intended to say is to use Microsoft source only as reference.
From: "Martin Thwaites" <monoforum at my2cents.co.uk>
Sent: 11/15/2014 2:15 PM
To: "Miguel de Icaza" <miguel at xamarin.com>
Cc: "mono-devel-list" <mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com>
Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] Coding conventions when porting MS code.
So is the plan to pull the repository in as a submodule to reference the files? Maybe we could that part committed so we can start referencing the files?
I'm not sure how a partial class approach would work (all the MS Classes seem to not be partials), so if you could maybe provide some examples of this I would be very interested.
On 15 November 2014 14:49, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at xamarin.com> wrote:
Most of the time we just "reference" the file, so we shouldn't make style changes to it.
In the cases where we only bring bits, we have a spectrum of options from using partial classes to having to copy-paste and only in hat case we would reformat
On Saturday, November 15, 2014, Martin Thwaites <monoforum at my2cents.co.uk> wrote:
I'm looking into porting some code over from the reference source, and I've noticed that it doesn't match the mono coding conventions.
Things like spaces instead of tabs, no space before the opening bracket in a method call etc.
They seem like minor things, so I'm curious what the stance should be?
Maybe it's 2 rules? if you port the entire file without changes, it's ok to keep with MS conventions? if you are porting individual methods you need to match the surrounding code?
Also, if you are porting an entire file, should the Microsoft copyright header be retained?
I'm sure there are other things, so there probably needs to be a section on the site to cover the rules around porting from the reference source.
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