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Google Open Source Project Style Guide
Each larger open source project has its own style guide, a series of conventions on how to write code for the project (sometimes more arbitrary). When all the code maintains a consistent style, it is more important when understanding large code bases. easy. The meaning of "style" covers a wide range, from "variables use camelCase" to "never use global variables" to "never use exceptions". The English version of the project maintains the programming style guidelines used in Google. If the project you are modifying originates from Google, you may be directed to the English version of the project page to understand the style used by the project. The Chinese version of the project uses reStructuredText plain text markup syntax, and uses Sphinx to generate document formats such as HTML / CHM / PDF.
- The English version of the project includes cpplint, a tool to help adapt to style guidelines
- The English version of the project also includes google-c-style.el, a Google-style Emacs configuration file
- We have released five Chinese version of the style guide
- The Chinese version of the project uses reStructuredText plain text markup syntax
- It uses Sphinx to generate document formats such as HTML / CHM / PDF
- Offline document download available
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