celticht32 at aol.com
Mon Jul 21 21:48:13 CDT 2008
Stefan Dösinger wrote:
> Can you give some examples of such code? Nobody here is a goto-maniac, but
> in all cases I know the goto is used for a good reason. Most of the time it
> is used for error path to avoid ugly if() nesting and/or code duplication
> when freeing partially allocated objects
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: wine-patches-bounces at winehq.org [mailto:wine-patches-
>> bounces at winehq.org] On Behalf Of Chris Ahrendt
>> Sent: Monday, July 21, 2008 8:42 PM
>> To: wine-patches at winehq.org
>> Subject: general question..
>> As I have been going through trying to debug the everquest2 issues on
>> machine I have run into a few places where I think the code should be
>> changed a little ( this alot of times is where there is a GOTO in the
>> code). My question is in the case where I do find these goto's and I
>> rewrite the code should I submit the changes here for approval?
>> I have been doing some code reviews and found a few places where
>> there are goto's that don't need to be there. I guess I am old school
>> and really dislike code with goto's (they make debugging and
>> a nightmare (I used to maintain 20 year old cobol code along time ago
>> =) )
Well here is my list so far :
device.c - filled with goto's if you need the routines I can supply
them... they can be moved to a routine and called...
context.c - This case its just a return with noting else.. why do a goto
why not just do the return?
directx.c - same... this can be moved to a routine and simplified..
this is in routine WineD3D_CreateFakeGLContext which I was tracing down
pixelshader.c - why not make this into a routine?
provider.c - same
These are just the ones I have run accross so far..
In the case of code dupes instead of using a goto like the
createfakeGLContext why not make the
wined3d_fake_gl_context_hdc = NULL;
wined3d_fake_gl_context_hwnd = NULL;
into a routine and then do a
Then of course above createfakeGLContext define
Not saying Goto's are completely bad.. in some cases they are good for
avoiding some tricky situations but alot of times they are not... just
my $.02 not trying to start a flame war guys just trying to help =)
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