To be honest,
On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 10:04:23AM -0400, Tom Rondeau wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 3:14 PM, Martin Braun <address@hidden
> I'd like to point out a disadvantage to get a discussion going:
> While you're developing, this might be an inconvenience because the
> files are physically separated. Most IDEs/editors have many features
> such as tagging, switching from headers to sources and vice versa, 'go
> to file at cursor' commands etc. If half of the files are somewhere
> else, one has to set up the editor specifically for this dir structure
> to do all of this.
> It's a logical separation that a lot of projects use. I know that I'm a bit
> biased because my "IDE" is Emacs, but I don't recall having project files in
> different directories was a problem. Way back when I developed in Windows and
> used Visual Studio, this wasn't an issue, but that could have been due to the
> project file that VS kept.
> We haven't made it part of our official standard, but talking with both
> Johnathan and Josh last week about it, I was thinking that we would. I'm not
> sure that your argument here has quite convinced me that it'll be a problem.