[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] delogo filter: new "uglarm" interpolation mode added
george at nsup.org
Wed Dec 26 17:56:03 EET 2018
Uwe Freese (2018-12-26):
> Parts of the previous code are now in an "if" statement block (function
> apply_delogo), so indentation is correct. Even it would maybe be better to
> read the diff, it wouldn't be correctly indented.
> In the parameter lists, spaces are added to have the same layout of the
> descriptions in the right part for all lines.
> So what should I do in this case?
> I could create a diff of course with "wrong" indentation (not correctly
> indented and not good to read in the final file, but the diff is better to
> read...). Would this help for the first review?
The practice in FFmpeg for this kind of situation is to first make a
commit without re-indenting (hence having the "wrong" indentation) and
then make a second commit with only the re-indent.
Since working on the real patch while juggling with the indentation
commit can be annoying, you can wait until the patch is in its final
form to even bother about the re-indent. You can flag the places where
it is needed with /* TODO reindent */ if you find it useful.
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