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Is there a mode that helps enforce coding guidelines?

From: Sandip Chitale
Subject: Is there a mode that helps enforce coding guidelines?
Date: 28 May 2003 10:50:52 -0700

Well, there are some modes like JDEE (for Java) which integrate some external
utilities which check the style e.g. checkstyle. When run the utility emits
compiler error style output in a buffer. The error messages are hyperlinked to
the source. Integration is not exactly the way you asked for but it is useful.


address@hidden (Petter Wintzell) wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> Hi,
> Is there an Emacs mode that can help a programmer follow a set of
> coding guidelines and style rules? I am thinking of the simple rules
> that exist in many companies and projects regarding line length,
> comment style, indent style, hanging braces, variable names and what
> not.
> I would like a mode that highlighted the text when I broke a
> guideline. It would also be nice if the mode could help me correct the
> error.
> One thing that would also be nice is if one could switch between
> different rule sets, so that I can easily have one set of rules when
> coding at work, one when coding at home, one when participating in a
> particular open source project, etc.
> Is there any such mode or functionality?
> Regards,
> /Petter

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