Last modified: 2010-05-15 15:38:29 UTC
This is, in fact, a question.
I just submitted a few diff -Naurb files (regarding SpecialExport.php).
I have some other things to submit.
I am willing to stick as much as possible to your files as to avoid
too large diff files.
Unfortunately my IDE (I use Zend Studio on Linux) does not indent code exactly
as your own IDE (tabs, number of spaces, etc).
What reformatting tool do you use on your file
(and eventuaally with which parameters) before publishing the sources.
So that I can use the same before generating the diff files...
There is no single one IDE we developers use. But we use spaces for indenting
line starts, which should be possible to configure with every IDE or set
automatic formatting off. I don't remember what all those diff flags mean, but I
use simply diff -u, and separate diff -uw, if there is much whitespace changes
interfering the reviewing of the diff.
Indent using a single tab for each level. (4-column tab stops recommended, but
it shouldn't matter.) Never mix spaces and tabs!
Please follow existing style in new code as well, as deviating makes code more
work to read and maintain.