Good news for Ira and me.
From: John Crandall [mailto:jcrandal at Brocade.COM]
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 17:06
To: Landau, Richard
Cc: Jeff.Hilland at Compaq.com
Subject: Re: Q: Formatting rules for MOFs?
There are rules that are handled by the pretty printer. So I don't
think you need to worry about it too much. Just make sure you follow
some indentation rule and don't go over 80 characters wide. These two
rules just simply the review.
----- Original Message -----
From: Richard_Landau at Dell.com <Richard_Landau at Dell.com>
To: John Crandall
Sent: Fri Dec 08 13:28:44 2006
Subject: Q: Formatting rules for MOFs?
John, I have heard rumors that there are strict formatting rules for MOF
files. Examples of rumor: no line shall be longer than 72 characters;
indenting shall be three blanks; no Description line shall be longer
than 60 characters; etc. We (PWG) are about to embark on a journey of
many MOFs, so I would like to avoid such mistakes.
Are there written rules that I haven't found? Unwritten rules? A
little help, please. Thanks. Just trying to be kind to the editor.
Richard_Landau(at)dell(dot)com, Stds & System Mgt Arch, CTO Office
+1-512-728-9023, One Dell Way, RR5-3, MS RR5-09, Round Rock, TX 78682
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