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Re: Tidy code for other languages?

by Theo (Priest)
on Dec 02, 2003 at 15:56 UTC ( #311657=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Tidy code for other languages?

Site links can be place in your home node. I don't know how the Monastery views links to your personal web pages in writeups, but I don't have a problem with it. (FWIW)

(so many nodes and so little time ... )

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Re: Re: Tidy code for other languages?
by SavannahLion (Pilgrim) on Dec 03, 2003 at 03:15 UTC
    I had to re-read your node more than once before I figured out what you were talking about :p
    I stuck that in my sig' since I wasn't sure if local mores permitted a link to a Wiki site.

    Anyhow, I've been looking over the C specific beautifiers and it appears that, while they do what I want, they're not written in Perl so I can't really plug them into where I want them to be used. So far, the most promising ones turned out to be executables and/or something that's native to the language they're cleaning up.
    Of course, I haven't had a chance to examine every last link I found so I'll come back later once I go through them all.

    Is it fair to stick a link to my site here?

    Thanks for you patience.

      I don't think there's any kind of policy about linking to sites, except maybe that you might get a frown or a few dozen if the plug is way obnoxious. A simple unobtrusive link will probably be politely ignored by the majority.

      Makeshifts last the longest.

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