[Twisted-Python] My pet peeve ugly coding style
golux at comcast.net
Thu Jul 10 20:27:10 EDT 2003
Glyph Lefkowitz wrote:
> On Thursday, July 10, 2003, at 02:17 PM, Tommi Virtanen wrote:
>> Yes, and that's part of the problem; not the reason
>> why ugly code should be tolerated.
> This is a highly subjective discussion, of course. ...
... true ... and my gut votes with Tommi.
> return foo (
> ) # ...
IMHO, that's still ugly.
> If the proper placement of parentheses is a particular problem for you,
> return (foo()
> which is a style that I often prefer.
Somewhat better, but I still like Tommi's example.
> If you think _that_ is too ugly, then I wonder how you would wrap
> parameters across multiple lines ...
To me, that's a separate issue.
> As in any coding style discussion, consistency wins over correctness, so
> for Twisted, this is the "right way" to chain callbacks as far as I'm
> concerned :) ...
Whatever. "De gustibus non est disputandum."
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