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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/44 take 2] [UBI] Unsorted Block Images
On Mon, Feb 19, 2007 at 07:07:46PM +0200, Artem Bityutskiy wrote:
> > And when you create that many interfaces, it adds inertia to changing
> > the interfaces later on, because it's sometimes not clear how many
> > users of the interface there really are. My general rule of thumb is
> > that if an interface only has one user, then it may be a good idea to
> > combine it with the user of that interface, and then make the
> > functions involved be a static, so that it becomes clear the only user
> > of that functoin is within that one file. You can take this too far,
> > and to extremes it doesn't work all that well, but the UBI layer has
> > gone waaaaaay off the deep end in terms of functional decomposition.
> Well... I do not want any flame on this topic. It is about taste,
> trade-offs, compromises. It is difficult to provide _objective_ and
> killing arguments here. But I will think on this, point taken, thanks.

Codingstyle is and always will be about tastes, but it usually helps a lot
if you try to understand and follow the style of the project you want
to contribute to :)
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