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Remove some junk from and add general guidelines

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UnknownShadow200 committed Nov 29, 2019
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### Guidelines
* Code should be C89 compatible and compilable as C++.
* Each .c file should represent a module. (see for more details)
* Public functions and variables should be prefixed by module to avoid name collisions. (e.g. `Game_Reset`)
* Private functions should be named using pascal case. Prefixing module is optional - do it when it makes sense.
* Private variables don't really have a consistent style.

### Types
* Integers generally use plain ```int```, floating point numbers use ```float``` or ```double```.
* Explicit integer types are also provided in ```Core.h```.
* There are a few typedefs of integer types to provide better context in some functions
* Explicit integer typedefs are provided in ```Core.h``` for when needed. Otherwise just use int.
* A few common simple structs are typedef-ed, but are rarely otherwise.
* ```bool``` is an alias for 8 bit unsigned integer
* ```GfxResourceID``` is not constant type - can be pointer or integer, depending on underlying 3D graphics API
* ```cc_bool``` is an alias for 8 bit unsigned integer
* ```PackedCol``` field order differs depending on the underlying 3D graphics API

As such, your compiler is required to support:
- explicit 8/16/32/64 bit signed and unsigned integers
- 32 and 64 bit floating point numbers

I may not have defined the appropriate types for your compiler, so you may need to modify ```Core.h```

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