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revive: unidiomatic `// revive:` syntax #1

sbinet opened this Issue May 30, 2018 · 1 comment


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sbinet commented May 30, 2018

Just a quick drive-by comment after having glanced at:

you're using // revive:xxx to feed intructions to revive:

// revive:disable
type Expression struct {
    Value      string
    IsStar     bool
    IsVariadic bool
    IsWriter   bool
    Underlying string
// revive:enable

usually, in the Go ecosystem, comments that are meant for programs or machines do not have a leading space:

//+build ignore

package foo

import "C"

func Foo() {}

//export MyLib
func MyLib(v *C.char) { ... }

now, the consensus is to use //go:xyz as a directive for programs.

Just my 2-cents.


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mgechev commented May 30, 2018

@sbinet thanks for the suggestion! I'll update the codebase, docs, & articles in the next day or two.

@mgechev mgechev closed this in a4da536 Jun 1, 2018

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