[PD] how to tidy up patches ?
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Thu Jan 12 09:23:51 CET 2012
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On 2012-01-12 04:51, Jonathan Wilkes wrote:
> how the windowing system renders them. So a patch on one system can look
> "tidy", while different fonts (or different rendering of the same font) can introduce
this of course depends on your definition of "tidiness".
e.g. i wouldn't say that C++ code is more tidy/readable if the text was
neatly "justified" (as opposed to the usual "left-aligned"ness).
nevertheless, in my conception of "tidyness", Pd alignment is also more
important than in text-based languages.
i just want to propose that if the readability of your patche depends on
the alignedness of the 3rd outlet, you probably should break it down
even more into idioms that are readable "at a glance".
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