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Teddy coding conventions
I would very much like that you would use real tabs for indentation. And never use tabs for anything else. It does not matter what value for tabs you use. Linux kernel coding conventions have not yet figured it out, but it is possible to write sourcecode which looks perfectly good with variable tab settings. The way to do it is to:
For other things (naming, layout..), you have two options. Use consistently your own conventions; this is fine - or look at my source code. It is not good example at some places, but looking around here and there you should get the idea. One thing is that I hate is prefixing class names with C, but I can live with that if you really have to do it.
- use tabs for indentation
- use tabs only for indentation
- don't use tabs to align something that needs spaces to align
I would like to have one class per .h / .cpp file. Large classes can be divided into several .cpp files.