[cp-patches] Guidelines for annotations?

Mario Torre neugens at limasoftware.net
Fri Mar 9 20:15:49 UTC 2007


Il giorno ven, 09/03/2007 alle 12.05 -0800, Keith Seitz ha scritto:

> 2) After
> /**
>   * foo
>   */
> @Override
> 
> I presume most people would prefer #1?
> 
> Keith
> 

I speak for myself, but I think most of us agree here, doing #1 would
make things to lost easily, for example in case of longs comments. It
looks like it is a natural place to put the annotation right before the
method declaration (after the comments: #2)

Mario
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