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From: Tomas Vavrys (vavryscleancode.cz)
Date: Thu Aug 12 2010 - 06:07:47 CDT
Thank you for your point. Unfortunately there is at least 7 people who
would like to see some tutorial. I am not a developer so I didn't know
about the style(9). Anyways, it's not about style(9). It's about people,
being more productive during programming, collecting habbits and tips
from OpenBSD programmers. It won't be perfect but I enjoy it.
2010/8/12 Ingo Schwarze <schwarzeusta.de>:
> Tomas Vavrys wrote on Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 09:52:57AM +0200:
>> I don't want to do it
> Don't talk about what you want to do, just do it.
> When it's done, tell people to look at the *result*
> and decide whether it is useful or useless.
> Shut up and hack.
>> 2) STYLE(9) will be our bible
> The style(9) manual is not a bible. B Sometimes, it is not followed
> for good reasons. B You still need common sense. B Besides, it is
> rarely updated.
> Oh, and also note that "OpenBSD and vim" is a weird topic.
> "OpenBSD and nvi" or "OpenBSD and mg" would seem more natural.
> On the other hand, some people (including Marco) apparently
> like the topic, so it may be useful. B But don't feel
> disappointed if many people completely ignore your effort
> because you are focussing on a non-standard combination.