[Xcb] PATCH: XCBGenerateID segfaults if called with NULL

Vincent Torri Vincent.Torri at iecn.u-nancy.fr
Wed Aug 3 18:12:28 EST 2005

Well, an option would be to give a command line with indent, so that all
source code can be indenting with the same parameters, whatever the
editor is.


On Tue, 2 Aug 2005, Jamey Sharp wrote:

> On Tue, 2005-08-02 at 21:24 -0700, Josh Triplett wrote:
> > Barton C Massey wrote:
> > > At any rate, (and repeat after me) hard tabs (ASCII 9) are 8
> > > spaces.  Otherwise the code is unreadable with, e.g.,
> > > pagers.  So whatever you do don't set your editor to do
> > > something else with hard tabs.  Please.
> >
> > Agreed entirely.  If you're going to use tabs at all, they need to be 8
> > spaces.  ...
> Lest there be lingering confusion, I don't believe anyone has proposed
> using hard tabs of other than 8 spaces. Travis was pointing out that
> there was inconsistent indentation in one source file, and I assume he
> was just trying to find an interpretation of the tabs that would make
> the indentation right.
> So this is all preaching to the converted. I'm entertained by the
> lengths emacs users have to go to for this stuff though. VIM's
> ':se sw=4 et' is no less cryptic (the expanded forms, "shiftwidth" and
> "expandtabs", aren't too bad at least), but a lot easier to type when
> needed. ;-)
> --Jamey
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