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We should maybe make a wiki page for coding style and develop it so that all our code is readable and consistent regardless of author.
 
We should maybe make a wiki page for coding style and develop it so that all our code is readable and consistent regardless of author.
 
Also looking for one for other languages used for Soylent: CSS, HTML, JS, SQL
 
Also looking for one for other languages used for Soylent: CSS, HTML, JS, SQL
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==Slashcode==
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IHMO there are way too many folders nested in the slashcode source tree. There may be good reasons but I generally prefer a flat filesystem (as much as possible anyway) for code accessibility. Also helps to reduce likelihood of duplicate filenames.

Revision as of 11:02, 23 February 2014

PHP/SQL/HTML/CSS and Delphi (Object Pascal) are my preferred languages.
I'm pedantic about code etiquette (indents, spaces, etc).

New to Perl but interested in learning. I have a basic perl virtual host set up on my dev machine.

Look out for me on #Soylent IRC.

Watch pages:
Style
CSS Work

Code style

Perl programming style guide:
http://perldoc.perl.org/perlstyle.html

We should maybe make a wiki page for coding style and develop it so that all our code is readable and consistent regardless of author. Also looking for one for other languages used for Soylent: CSS, HTML, JS, SQL

Slashcode

IHMO there are way too many folders nested in the slashcode source tree. There may be good reasons but I generally prefer a flat filesystem (as much as possible anyway) for code accessibility. Also helps to reduce likelihood of duplicate filenames.