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= Coding conventions = = Information for developers =
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 * [[./Formatting]]: line length, how to break lines, where to put spaces, etc. Subpages:

 * [[/Mercurial]]: our Mercurial workflow and Mercurial tips and tricks
 * [[/CodingConventions]]: coding conventions for C++ code
 * [[/Whitespace]]: how to indent, where to break lines, where to put spaces etc. in C++ code
 * [[/Uncrustify]]: using the {{{uncrustify}}} source code pretty printer, including integration with Mercurial
 * [[/CodeReview]]: how to use the Rietveld code review tool with our codebase

== Other bits and pieces ==

 * '''Python code:''' We follow [[http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/|PEP 8]].
 * '''Commit messages:''' The first line of the commit message should consist of a self-contained summary and be no longer than '''67 characters'''. All other lines should be below '''80 characters'''.

Back to the HomePage.

Information for developers

Subpages:

  • /Mercurial: our Mercurial workflow and Mercurial tips and tricks

  • /CodingConventions: coding conventions for C++ code

  • /Whitespace: how to indent, where to break lines, where to put spaces etc. in C++ code

  • /Uncrustify: using the uncrustify source code pretty printer, including integration with Mercurial

  • /CodeReview: how to use the Rietveld code review tool with our codebase

Other bits and pieces

  • Python code: We follow PEP 8.

  • Commit messages: The first line of the commit message should consist of a self-contained summary and be no longer than 67 characters. All other lines should be below 80 characters.

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