2013/5/20 Tim E. Real <termtech@rogers.com>
On May 19, 2013 11:08:35 PM Orcan Ogetbil wrote:
> Hi brethren!
>
> On Sun, May 19, 2013 at 8:40 PM, Tim E. Real wrote:
> > On May 19, 2013 11:30:16 PM Florian Jung wrote:
> >> of course. As indentation is a matter of taste, i don't want to do
> >> anything without asking you first :)
> >> Tim?
> >
> > Dudes, I'm
> > {
> >
> >   an;
> >   ANSI;
> >   coder;
> >
> > }
> >
> > For blocks longer than say, 20 lines or so, I demand brackets
> >
> >  that line up. For me it's essential for quick bracket accounting.
> >
> > Anything less than 20 lines or so {
> >
> >  I don't care too much; }
> >
> >  and() {I do try to compact as much as possible these days; }
> >
> > And I do not use tabs.
> >
> > I don't mind if someone is modifying my code for the sake of repairs
> >
> >  (I do it sometimes) because it may be essential for the person to be
> >  able to understand the code and work in their own comfort zone.
> >
> > I don't care, next time I'm in there I'll just change it again.
> > But mostly I try to respect others' styles when modifying esp. tabs.
> >
> > Is it really necessary to beautify the whole app right NOW?
> >
> > And eliminating the ./muse2 folder?
> > Hm that might make generating diffs harder for my branches
> >
> >  that still need tending to.
> >
> > I guess if you have to, but... is it a wise idea right now?
>

Hello Orcan!

Yeah, hey man! Glad to see you around :) 


> Not that I do real coding (real, meaning for Muse or other freedom
> projects ;)) these days, but I just wanted to say that I agree 100%
> with Tim, not even 99%.

I don't mind that much, except the BSD style. 
Thinking about it I think we shouldn't try to automatically change it. I'm thinking it could do just as much damage as good..
 

Er, about coding... ahem... 'style' ?
Ah well, it's just personal taste - I learned from Mr. Borland's manuals !

> Before you ask, I am doing good. We have a new family member at home
> (say hi to Albert!).

Hey awesome! Who's the genius? Well, hello Albert ! He he...

Hey ya!
 

> I am trying to find time to read emails, to play
> my guitar and to sleep, of course.

Hey we share the same goals. 'Specially that [yawn] sleep thing...

I should be recording material but so many delays...

BTW what guitar(s) do you have? And do you have an amp or
 do you use software (Guitarix etc) and a regular stereo?

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Just a heads up for those reading this:
I'm fixing some long-time stupid midi stuff in MusE.
Like for example...
Having to rec-arm a midi track just to hear anything coming in.
Too much midi-out traffic when adjusting (N)RPN controls.

Can't say too much more for fear of jinxing it, but I'm also working
 on finally getting MusE to accept hi-res controller input (RPN etc.),
 and finally adding midi automation to the strips, just like audio strips.
And much more. Should be soon for some of this stuff... Wish me luck.

Knock on wood! Sounds good Tim, just don't work yourself into an early grave :)

Regards,
Robert