Re: [patch] checkpatch: putting the && or || on the wrong line
From: Joe Perches
Date: Thu Jan 06 2011 - 16:38:44 EST
On Thu, 2011-01-06 at 22:14 +0100, Krzysztof Halasa wrote:
> Joe Perches <joe@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> >> >> Sure, standardization is a good thing - to a certain point.
> >> >> We've passed this point long ago.
> > Right. It's all exactly the same.
> > We agree. Cites aren't necessary.
> People complained on lkml and other lists that the CodingStyle /
> checkpatch went way too far many times. So the evidence is there, in the
> list archives, and I guess even now you're getting feedback on this.
People complain, that's a fact.
> OTOH you failed to show evidence that super-strict standardization
> benefits anyone.
I don't need to.
If you don't agree with the assertion,
facts likely won't change your mind.
You'll more likely dispute the facts.
Look up this paper if you care to though:
Evaluating the Relation Between Coding
Standard Violations and Faults Within and
Across Software Versions
Cathal Boogerd and Leon Moonen
RQ2 Are files or modules with a higher violation
density more fault-prone?
This holds for 10 rules in the standard, with some reserva-
tions. There is no reliable prediction for files without ac-
tive development (no changes) nor for files without viola-
tions. Also, the observed relation becomes less pronounced
in time, as the number of registered open faults decreases.
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