[nas] patch: missing return value
auerswal at unix-ag.uni-kl.de
Tue Jul 25 19:53:37 MDT 2006
On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 10:19:57AM -0400, Paul Fox wrote:
> i wrote:
> > could i ask a favor? would it be possible to rationalize the
> > indentation of the code? i don't really care what the
> > indentation should be, nor do i care whether it's done with
> > spaces or tabs or both, but it needs to be consistent. take a
> > look at auvoxware.c:closeDevice(), for instance. it looks like
> > most of the code is inside of an "if (NasConfig.DoDebug)", but
> > of course, it's not....
> by the way, i'm willing to do this work (for the server, at
> least), if we can agree on a style. i can run the code through
> indent, and manually fix what it botches... but it needs to be
> done when no one else is doing a lot of development (i.e., probably
> not right now) in order to prevent a lot of conflicts.
Some kind of indentation style to follow would be nice... I don't really
care what style is used, I just prefer spaces only (no tabs).
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