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Re: [PATCH] Alphabetize music-function list.

From: Mark Polesky
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Alphabetize music-function list.
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 22:31:38 -0700 (PDT)

Graham Percival wrote:

> Neil Puttock wrote:
> > Since it's a .ly file it shouldn't have hard tabs.
> Silly Mark, try to keep up here.  :P   .cc and .scm files should
> have "whatever emacs does", for a certain version number of emacs,
> unless there's any special exemptions that might be known to a few
> people.  .ly files should use two-space indents, with no
> particular specification as to when to indent (other than
> "generally when you have a {").  All this information is clearly
> not really specified in the 63-page Contributor Guide, so it
> should be simple to realize what to do!

Well, the music-functions pose an interesting dilemma. They're
in an .ly file but are mostly written in scheme. To me, it makes
more sense to specify indentation-style based on the programming
language being used at any moment, not based on the *file-type*.

What do you think?
- Mark


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