On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 04:44:05PM +0200, Henning Schmiedehausen wrote:
> The footnote was a non-native language speakers' attempt at self-irony.
> If normal people think about development environments beyond vi, they
> would consider VisualStudio an improvement. Or eclipse.
> Trust me, "whitespace" or "tabs" are the smallest of your problems
> Ah well, silly me, trying humour on LKLM. ;-)
We're not normal people. We're UNIX kernel hackers. We often do things
in crusty old ways.
Dead serious. Mandating emacs and/or some UNIX-based Visual C++
workalike in order to cope with utter garbage code formatting is not
going to fly.
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