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May 05, 2005
Re: Preferred style of comments in source code.
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>> I've recalled that I have nice html wysiwyg editor :))
>> The fastest editor in the block, btw, :-P
>
> LOL... I looked at BlockNote site just now and thought, hmmm... I've seen
> this style of GUI before ... then I saw the " Andrew Fedoniouk. Author of
> the BlockNote."
>
> Nice product.

Thanks, Derek.

David Glazman in his NVU
(http://nvu.com/tree.jpg) is also using this layout and GUI style.
He is even trying to reproduce BlockNote's rulers
(http://blocknote.net/info/rulersexplained.htm)
But his is sticked with Gecko engine ;-)

Andrew.
May 06, 2005
Re: Preferred style of comments in source code.
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> Consensus ? You must be new around here :-)
>

Is it really so bad ?:)

Thanks for links, Anders.
May 06, 2005
Re: Preferred style of comments in source code.
Andrew Fedoniouk wrote:

>>Consensus ? You must be new around here :-)
> 
> Is it really so bad ?:)

Bad and bad... Let's just say it's definitely not boring. ;-)

And while most of it comes from people with different ideas
and opinions on how things "should be done", a fact is that
D (just like C++) *encourages* multi-paradigm programming...
And that tends to rub off on other things too. Like comments.

But I think "majority" is more likely to have, than "consensus" ?
And sometimes even majority on for instance this newsgroup doesn't
have much effect, since D is not being decided by eg. a committee.
For better, and for worse. (at least it's a horse, and not a camel)

Anyway, I gave my opionionated suggestion. "JavaDoc", more or less.

--anders
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