[1/5] from: rebol-list2:seznam:cz at: 17-Jun-2003 18:37
Hello Maarten, Monday, June 16, 2003, 7:45:29 PM, you wrote: MK> Hi, MK> I put the rugby distro at: MK> http://www.koopgoedkoop.net/rugby.zip MK> This is still the March 2003 version. MK> --Maarten Thanks Maarten, but don't you have some script which is able to convert your scripts to more readable form? :) Using things like: some-function: func [ "some args" ] [ "some code" ] is not too friendly. I prefer: some-function: func [ "some args" ][ "some code" ] which you can paste into Rebol console without error! -- Best regards, rebOldes mailto:[oliva--david--seznam--cz]
[2/5] from: maarten::koopmans::surfnet::nl at: 19-Jun-2003 7:28
Hi Oldes, It's a matter of taste ;-) Keeping opening and closing brackets on the same line gives me a visual cue if all blocks are correctly closed. --Maarten rebOldes wrote:
[3/5] from: SunandaDH:aol at: 19-Jun-2003 2:25
> which you can paste into Rebol console without error!
Old REBOLers' trick: do read clipboard:// If you make a function of this in your user.r .... dfc: func  [do read clipboard://] ;; Do From Clipboard .... then you can execute any copied REBOL code no matter what prettyprinting methods used by the coder (I forget who invented this -- it was a long time ago -- but thanks!) Sunanda.
[4/5] from: antonr:iinet:au at: 19-Jun-2003 18:08
I used to do it that way too, when I programmed c. I find the style-guide compliant way is just as good for lining up the blocks. Anton.
[5/5] from: maarten:koopmans:surfnet:nl at: 19-Jun-2003 11:56
As said, it's a matter of taste. --Maarten