[PATCH] D17602: [clang-tidy] update links to Google Code Style in docs
Kirill Bobyrev via cfe-commits
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Thu Feb 25 06:35:02 PST 2016
omtcyf0 added inline comments.
Comment at: docs/clang-tidy/checks/readability-named-parameter.rst:13
@@ -13,2 +12,3 @@
All parameters should be named, with identical names in the declaration and
> omtcyf0 wrote:
> > alexfh wrote:
> > > omtcyf0 wrote:
> > > > It is rst. I meant generated HTML docs there.
> > > >
> > > > IIRC rst is similar to markdown there -- the generated output won't have newline there unless there are 2 spaces at the end of line or a blank line.
> > > One of the good properties of markdown and rst (though rst is worse in this regard) is that these formats are readable and usable as a plain text (unlike HTML, for example). Breaking the link makes the link unusable in the text mode (at least, not with vim in a terminal).
> > Okay, won't do that again :)
> > IIRC rst is similar to markdown there -- the generated output won't have newline there unless there are 2 spaces at the end of line or a blank line.
> Indeed, the generated html will not have a new line, but the link will be broken.
Uh, you're right!
Sorry for arguing before, I thought it won't be; thanks for pointing out!
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