[Libreoffice] easy hacks -- couple questions

Cédric Bosdonnat cedric.bosdonnat.ooo at free.fr
Wed Sep 29 07:13:33 PDT 2010


On Wed, 2010-09-29 at 09:17 -0400, Jonathan Zacsh wrote:
> I'm trying to help out with the "easy hacks" here:
> http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/LibreOffice/EasyHacks?action=show&redirect=Software/libreoffice/EasyHacks
> This is my first time looking at this code. A couple questions:
> - should I remove @author claims to specific code? (I know other
> projects I follow try to avoid @this-code-by so as to keep the code a
> _community_ owned thing).
> - should I replace strings like "// FIXME blah" with "//@TODO: blah blah"
> (so that doxygen and other automations pick these comments up?)
> Examples of both of the above are: lines 52 and 355 of
> build/extensions/coooder/source/org/openoffice/coooder/comp/HighlighterImpl.java

That one is a bit different as it's an extension (that is not even
shipped by default).

I'm wondering whether this extension shouldn't be moved to some other
git repo (like gitorious) in fact...

Those tasks are to be performed in the clone folder as these are the
sources of LibreOffice.


Cédric Bosdonnat
LibreOffice hacker
OOo Eclipse Integration developer

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