[Bf-committers] Summer of Documentation
trip0o at gmail.com
Mon May 15 00:15:02 CEST 2006
Peachy sentiments. But say a coder does know what the code does like
you.. Could that coder then kinda comment more ?? Is it sin ?
Comments can always be corrected like a bug and they dont kill source
at all from compiling. I just dont see the big issue here to not have
more of them.
How is it a bad comment will hurt? From what is there now it's like
the code is litterened with gallons of comments in alien language with
no notes to go from except a lots of books on how to read it all from
On 5/14/06, Martin Poirier <theeth at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- trip somewhere <trip0o at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I understand why you think it would be messy. but
> > unless I miss
> > something comments can just be ignorred.
> The only thing worst than no comments is comments full
> of mistakes.
> Comments made by people who don't fully understand
> what they are commenting on is a definite NO.
> > punks like me can't get it yet..
> No offense, but punks like you probably never will, no
> matter what amount of comments there is.
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