The emacs gen_server skeleton has things like:
(note 70 chars wide)
It's as if they're section headings at the top of a page in a book.
A section attribute would be perfect. If required emacs erlang-mode
On 12/09/2012 08:56, Richard O'Keefe wrote:
> I was looking at some Erlang code today,--
> and it had comments like
> % Include files
> only bulked up, and present even when the sections were empty.
> I take the definition of a "junk comment" to be
> I can tell
> In fact they remind most unpleasantly of COBOL (IDENTIFICATION
> In fact this ordering strikes me as pernicious in a very very
> purge(Window) -> ...
> and this function uses a number of helper functions and macros
> In fact I had been thinking about proposing a conventional use
> This is something that is already allowed by Erlang syntax, so there
> Yes, the debt to the Smalltalk 4-pane browser and its "method
> The function of the -section attribute is to provide something a
> Have I missed an important benefit of the rigid syntactic ordering?
> While I'm at it, why don't other people sort their export lists into
> function and its supporte
Ivan A. Uemlianin PhD
Speech Technology Research and Development
"hilaritas excessum habere nequit"
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