is there a standard for putting the name of a source file in the file?
plagnioj at jcrosoft.com
Sun Nov 18 11:26:37 EST 2012
On 08:48 Sun 18 Nov , Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> as i'm working my way thru the lib/ routines in barebox, i notice
> that some source files there, like getopt.c, conveniently have the
> filename right at the top:
> * getopt.c - a simple getopt(3) implementation. See getopt.h for explanation.
> i really like this habit as it makes it easy to send a file to the
> printer and not forget what the file was.
> however, most of the files in lib/ don't have that. as i work my
> way through the files, i'd be happy to add something like that to each
> file, and submit the changes all as one patch. is there a standard?
> from what i can see, there's quite the variety in how people add that
> to a source file.
> i'm open to guidance and i can take it from there.
no this is a pain in the ass to maintian when we move file
I' drop it and I'm against it
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