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What (where) are the current code standards and commit guidelines? Question

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The contributing guidelines are probably copied from the previous "core" project. They even link to there while mentioning code standards and commit guidelines.

I wanted to update those, but could not find any definition of them in the QPixel repository.

What are the current code standards and commit guidelines?

Where can I find them or if they are not existing in the QPixel repository, should I simply copy them over and slightly adapt from the old core project.

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So far nobody else has answered. That's why I took the code standards that were stored in the old core.wiki (https://github.com/codidact/core/wiki) and combined them and re-formatted them slightly in a single CODE-STANDARDS file (https://github.com/Trilarion/qpixel/blob/updated_readme_and_installation_instructions/CODE-STANDARDS.md). I will include them in a PR request.

The reasons are:

  • Although they were for a ASP.NET project, all the Commit messages, JavaScript, HTML, CSS code standards seem still to be obeyed and it's the next best thing we have (maybe they can be updated if the code standards for these areas evolved)
  • The current CONTRIBUTING document points at them
  • It's better do directly bundle them with the code in a single repository
  • RUBY code standards still need to be provided, but that I cannot provide
  • The old core project is archived
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