mciqtz32: Implement driver messages

Christian Costa titan.costa at
Sun Mar 29 11:12:03 CDT 2009

I din't know wine has a indentation style. This is good news.
That said, I don't understand then why we don't just convert wine's code (in
several steps off course) and avoid troubles particularity switch from one
style to another depending on the dll we are working on.
I recently implemented d3dxof using a 2 spaces indentation style. I 
don't even know
what led me to use this style because I prefer 4 spaces. Maybe there was 
few lines
using it and I sticked to this style. I don't remember. I don't know 
either how this code
could have gone into git. :-|
So next time I will convert d3dxof to 4 spaces and see what happens to 
the patch. ;-)


Detlef Riekenberg a écrit :
> On So, 2009-03-29 at 12:50 +0200, Christian Costa wrote:
>> There are some discrepancies in the indentation and I don't mind 
>> removing tabs but what's
>> wrong with them, they are commonly use in wine depending on one's
>> taste.
> Wine use 4 SPACE for indention.
> There is old code that use 2 or 3 SPACE, some old locations use TAB
> (width 8) and also some locations with TAB and SPACE mixed can be found.
> The rule is to stay with the same style as used in the file before
> (2, 3 or 4 SPACE), but never mix SPACE and TAB in touched lines.
> For new files, there is no old style to cover with, so 4 SPACE
> indention is expected.

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