[PATCH] Add A5 and GEA ciphers

Dario Lombardo dario.lombardo.ml at gmail.com
Wed Apr 10 20:56:18 UTC 2013

Hi Harald, and thanks for your answer.
Strictly following coding style is the best way to keep code clean. But
running indent/lindent against osmocom code reveals that in many parts it
differs from "pure kernel" style. My question (maybe merely phylosofical)
is: what should you do? Keep existing code, allowing those exception to lie
there, hoping someone will clean them up manually, or run indent against
the code, hoping it doesn't dirt the code?

On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 12:00 PM, Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org> wrote:

> The easiest way is to always respect the coding style of the respective
> FOSS project while you make the modifications.  Rationale: There is no
> guarantee that running the file through automatic tools 'lindent' will
> not create whitespace-changes outside your actual changes.

I would not be worried about indent. Running it against a bunch of code
could mess things up. But running on small pieces would be safe, under
human control.

Just to clarify: I don't think you _need_ to run it. I'm just trying to
understand an important point of view like yours.

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