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- Subject: Re: Lua Style Guide ?
- From: Andrew Starks <andrew@...>
- Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2017 23:12:22 +0000
On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 5:45 PM, Sean Conner <email@example.com> wrote:
> Fortunately, LuaCheck isn't *that* opinionated (it will complain about
> lines longer than 120 characters and blank lines with spaces) and what it
> *is* opinionated about can be ignored (either through a config file or via
> special comments in the code itself).
These are reasonable complaints ;)
And yes, I find bugs in my code with static testing as well, although
(being a cat) I did my own. So it embeds my opinions. (One reason why
wheel-rewriting is so bracing and fun)
I like reading all of these opinions. It's fun on a summer day, while grilling...
Big, complex ideas require a process to develop, a language to communicate them and a structure to hold them together. Part of the art of the process is applying a thoughtful style to the presentation.
I believe that the culture and practice of coding would be enhanced if it were imbued with more of that attitude.
There is a technical problem to be solved.
There is an art to solving it and in expressing its solution. Part of that art is style, which if done well, can contribute a great deal to its meaning.
Hot headed opinions are super fun, though. So there's that.
 Rush is the greatest band ever.