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[Octave-patch-tracker] [patch #9853] [octave forge] (image) implement ni

From: Qianqian Fang
Subject: [Octave-patch-tracker] [patch #9853] [octave forge] (image) implement niftiread, niftiwrite, niftiinfo
Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2022 17:25:06 -0400 (EDT)

Follow-up Comment #12, patch #9853 (project octave):

just to let you that I have restarted working on code style reformatting.

the latest version can be found at


the files included are the minimal set as discussed in comment #5, where I
added fopen('z') and removed zmat/jsonlab dependencies (although, if they are
installed, they can also be called).

I am using miss_hit (https://github.com/florianschanda/miss_hit) in the octave
mode (--octave) to do as much automated formatting as possible. To tune the
miss_hit config rules, I would like to get some pointers on the formatting

So far, the current miss_hit formatting rules have done the following:

1. set indentation to 2 spaces
2. adding white spaces after comma and around operators

I might have to do some of the remaining formatting manually. Before that, I
want to know the following:

Which of the styles in https://wiki.octave.org/Octave_style_guide are
absolutely required? is endfunction/endif/endfor required? is using '#'
instead of '%' required? if someone can point me to a template file, that
would be very helpful. thanks


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