[openstack-dev] [infra] What do people think of YAPF (like gofmt, for python)?
sean at dague.net
Fri Mar 27 11:21:54 UTC 2015
On 03/26/2015 06:46 PM, Robert Collins wrote:
> On 27 March 2015 at 09:14, Ryan Brown <rybrown at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Ooof, that's huge. If we can configure it to be less aggressive I love
>> the *idea* of having everything formatted semantically, but that's a
>> pretty major burden for everyone involved.
> It's huge today. It wouldn't be if we did it :).
> I suggest that given the other aspects of our code review system, we
> might treat this like translations as a long term thing - that is
> setup a job somewhere to run the autoformatter against trunk and
> submit the result as a patchset.
> To get over the initial hump, I'd have a human break the patch up into
> per-file changes or some such.
> A variation would be to have a config file saying which files are
> covered, and slowly dial that up, one file at a time.
> Once everything is covered, and we're dealing with commits that change
> things async (via the job above), then we can talk about how to help
> developers submit code using it in the first place.
Honestly, is there a problem here that really needs to be solved? I've
been a little confused about this thread because I thought we're all
actively calling people out for nit picking irrelevant style issues.
I feel like building a large system to avoid not being human to each
other as completely dysfunctional.
In the Nova tree we have many cross cutting efforts that need to touch a
lot of things (v3 renames, mox -> mock). This seems like giant churn for
no real gain.
I'm not convinced the answer to white space fights is a tool. I think
it's stop being silly, actively call out cores when they are, and
actively call out new folks that it is completely unhelpful in the
reviewing (and only going to raise ire of core teams, not ingratiate
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