Hi Trent, 

I spent many hours writing that code up. Please do not
insult me. 

I have read the indentation standards as laid out in
the "manual" that James Cameron referred me to.  And
the indentation looks good. 

Maybe it is the text editor we use to view it? I use
emacs. Seriously. The code is very readable, more so
than the original robotd code. 

Where exactly did my indentation style change? Again,
I use emacs, For blocks of code, I let emacs do my
indentation for me, and it looks good to me.  When I
change only a single line, I follow the identation of
what is already there. 

Again, I am very new to this. But I have some ideas I
want to implement. And since you guys have the keys. I
will bend over backwards and do whatever it takes to
get my changes into the Vanilla source code. 

What do you want me to change to get this accepted?


--- Trent Piepho <xyzzy at speakeasy.org> wrote:

> On Mon, 15 May 2006, Jimmy Huang wrote:
> > Well,
> >
> > Here it is again.
> >
> > Well, at least this time it is more well thought
> out.
> Are they any coding standards?  The quality of the
> client code is shit, but
> the vanilla server isn't that bad.  This patch has
> random indention style that
> changes from hunk to hunk and does not match the
> exiting code.  Is that going to
> be considered acceptable?  I don't care anymore what
> you do with the netrek
> code.
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