[chuck-dev] LiSa revised - fixed many bugs (PATCH)

Kassen signal.automatique at gmail.com
Sat Sep 8 20:06:09 EDT 2012

On Sat, Sep 08, 2012 at 11:50:11PM +0200, Robin Haberkorn wrote:
> Hi!

Hey Robin!

> btw. I see many examples in the ChucK code where comments are used to
> denote author and subject of a change. Why are you doing that? If every
> developer writes proper commit messages you may just as well use "svn
> blame" (or later "git blame") and "svn log".

Is that considered bad form? I tend to do that too. My C++ isn't
(yet...) so strong so I think it polite to note that I did something
and what my reasoning was. That way others could estimate the chance
that changing something bad I might have done has the kind of
repercussions that changing the code of more experienced C++ authors
might have.

Is there a way to check the "blame" for a specific section of a larger
file from the Big Serious Editors? I imagine there must be, in which
case just noting the reasoning should do.

BTW, let me take this moment to chime in and complimenting you on your
spree of fixes and updates. Absolutely wonderful to see such


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