[Development] Qt Coding Guidelines

Filippo Cucchetto filippocucchetto at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 19:57:58 CET 2016

Il 16/mar/2016 16:14, "Koehne Kai" <Kai.Koehne at theqtcompany.com> ha scritto:

> Hi there,
> We have had quite some discussions about the use of C++11 features and
> right API in the past on this mailing list - but if there has been a
> consensus (which is sometimes hard to find out), it was often buried pretty
> deep in the mailing thread. IMO it would be good to make decisions more
> explicit, and write them down also somewhere outside of this list.
> We already have the coding conventions page:
> https://wiki.qt.io/Coding_Conventions . But we haven't done a good job at
> keeping it up to date - and one reason is IMO that, given that it's a wiki
> everybody can edit, people in a twist of irony stay away from editing it to
> avoid editing wars.
> I've been contemplating whether we should instead use some more formalized
> decision process. We could have a document uploaded in git, and every
> change needs to be reviewed and approved by Lars. While at it, this fresh
> start would also be a good opportunity to check whether all the rules in
> above wiki page, and the structure of the document in general, can be
> improved.
> As sort of a demo I created
> https://github.com/kkoehne/qt-coding-guidelines/blob/master/qt-coding-guidelines.md
> What do you think? If nobody sees the value in this, I'll refrain from
> sinking more time into it.
> Regards
> Kai
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