[Mailman-Developers] [Branch~mailman-coders/mailman/2.2] Rev 1046: - Changed someold messages for more current meaning.
barry at list.org
Mon Mar 16 20:06:08 CET 2009
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On Mar 17, 2009, at 03:03 AM, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>If you document the style in a developer's guide or something like
>that, I'd rather not have the comment every time.
That's a good point, and I do intend to update the Mailman style guide to
>"None" would seem
>to indicate "Yo! Initialize me!", and you'd check for that with "if
>data is None".
>"if not data" would be the case where either there
>never was anything to do, or nothing is left to do, so stop doing it.
>And if len(data) == 0 is a terminal condition for initialized data.
>So I don't think you need the comment.
>Or are there other usages you have in mind that I've missed?
Nope, that about covers it. So maybe the comment is overkill given a(n
updated) style guide to work from.
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