Re: [xsl] single quotes instead of double

Subject: Re: [xsl] single quotes instead of double
From: Michel Hendriksen <michel.hendriksen@xxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 10:46:51 +0100
Well its the same everywhere. For coding in p.e. Eclipse you can add
some style rules to the editor to enforce layout and the likes. You
could define something like that for xsl, and have an editor that
supports it and have everybody use that editor, ....

But most important is maintainability. If that is secured, there
should be no problem.


On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 7:19 PM,  <dvint@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> But what you call a standard is just a convention. My convention works for
> me but might not agree with yours. So the style is relavent to the group
> you work with and relative to them. Might be nice to have a universal
> style, but I think you will not find agreement across all the company
> standards and personal styles.
> ..dan
>>> Different companies have different stanards, sometimes
>>> they agree with my approach, sometimes they don't.
>> If you know any existing XSLT coding standards, please post them (in a
>> new thread), I'm genuinely trying to create a style guide.
>>> Spaces or tabs is only
>>> a problem if you have 2 people doing 2 different things or you like to
>>> set
>>> your tabs at a different spacing, doesn't make one right or wrong.
>> Yep, the purpose is to avoid 2 people doing 2 different things, its
>> all about consistency, not really about right and wrong.
>> You have to indent your code somehow, so using 4 spaces is a fairly common
>> way.
>> --
>> Andrew Welch

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