It appears the only official code style standard presented is for Java code. Projects like DCAEGEN2, OOM, and CCSDK contain source code in other programming languages, as well as YAML and markdown. There are comments pointing to potential standards to use for these on the Java code style page, but no official word on which ones to use. There is also a note that none of this is mandatory for the Amsterdam release, but we are getting push back from some reviewers and not others.
There needs to be consistency across languages and reviewers.
As mentioned in the comment section at Java code style, the practice is recommended but not mandatory for Amsterdam release. This is also mentioned in PDF presented at TSC on July 13.
It is correct that it is not clearly indicated code style practice for other languages. My recommendation is to use the Google Style Guide as the fondation.
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