IDEs: I want non uniform fonts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffcobb
    I know b/c I wrote it...
    Tsk tsk, the header inclusion guard uses a name reserved to the implementation for any use, and the CWaitCondition default constructor's body looks like it was not indented properly
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Tsk tsk, the header inclusion guard uses a name reserved to the implementation for any use, and the CWaitCondition default constructor's body looks like it was not indented properly
    @Bubba; I shall be more careful in the future. Its part of my automatic new-file startup trigger in Emacs. I have been separated from Sony for almost a year now. In any event I will try to be more careful in the future.

    @LL: The merge tool hosed the indentation. Please explain what you mean about the guards though...must be dense tonight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffcobb
    The merge tool hosed the indentation.
    hmm... how did that happen? It would seem like a negative advertisement for Meld

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffcobb
    Please explain what you mean about the guards though...must be dense tonight...
    In C++, names that begin with an underscore followed by an uppercase letter, or that contain consecutive underscores, are reserved to the compiler and standard library implementation for any use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    hmm... how did that happen? It would seem like a negative advertisement for Meld

    Probably not. As this was a fresh burn I may not have set the right options in Meld yet...I *know* I haven't used it on this box yet....it looks fine in Emacs so...

    In C++, names that begin with an underscore followed by an uppercase letter, or that contain consecutive underscores, are reserved to the compiler and standard library implementation for any use.
    Been doing the guards that way for many years and never gave it a second thought. I am learning new things here everyday. Thanks!

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