[PUSHED] fdo#47674 Calc: save settings for import ascii text dialog
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Mon Aug 20 07:57:11 PDT 2012
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On Saturday, 2012-08-18 02:46:59 -0700, jumbo444 wrote:
> > * Do not use RTL_CONSTASCII_USTRINGPARAM with new code, OUString knows
> > about ASCII literals.
> Actually, I'm quite lost with all types of string. Where can I get tuto
> about string, String, OUString, UString, etc.?
Not really a tutorial, but overview
Note that internally we don't use std::string, and if possible new code
should use OUString instead of the deprecated String, and OString
instead of ByteString.
> I noticed that caption of Dlg is missing filename in case of File Import.
> Patch enclosed correct this.
Good catch, thanks, pushed as
> > * Sensible indentation, please ;-)
> I'm new with Linux and not comfortable with vim. I'm coming from MS-Windows.
> I learned C at school in late 80's, then TurboC, Borland C++ and C++ Builder
> by myself. So I have still a lot to learned :)
> I promise to improve my coding ;)
Great :-) If you use Vim then just press Tab for one indentation level,
each source file has a Vim mode line at the end to tell it to use
4 spaces and no tabs per indentation level:
/* vim:set shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4 expandtab: */
Similar for Emacs the very first line:
/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */
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