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Re: [phpGroupWare-developers] line lengths

From: Sigurd Nes
Subject: Re: [phpGroupWare-developers] line lengths
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 23:20:01 +0200
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Dave Hall wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been playing with PHP CodeSniffer recently ( see
> ).  It is a nice tool for
> checking compliance with coding standards.
> Today we have been discussing using it as part of the ReSight project.
> This led me to take a quick look over the phpGW coding standard ( see
>  ). I noticed that we haven't define target and maximum line lengths.  I know 
> this can turn into a religious debate, but I am hoping it doesn't :)
> I think we have 3 options:
> * Agree to not have a standard
> * Make it maximum 80 characters - cos a console is only characters wide,
> but this ignores the fact that one shouldn't be hacking on code on a
> console a production box :)
> * Make it something reasonable for today's technology and match our
> existing development approach.  I favour this option, with 100 as the
> target and 120 as the maximum.  My laptop is 1920x1200 so I can handle a
> lot more, but it starts to get hard to read at that point.
> Please throw your 2 characters in :)
> ´╗┐In the coming week or 2, Sigurd will be working on implementing the
> standard for phpGW in PHP CodeSniffer.  Once it is done, we will be
> putting it back into the tree (probably under
> phpgwapi/test/code_sniffer).  Then anyone can run the test over their
> code - preferably before checking their code in :) (hint hint)

I would prefer to not have a standard for line lengths - as I believe it would
lead to a need for massive reformatting.



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