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I would imagine that it depends on the synchronization you have - for instance my wife uses dropbox, and it is automatically synchronizes files in both ways, so if one of her files were changed by encryption it would be automatically synchronized to dropbox...
Skipper: We'll fix it. Alex: Fix it? How you gonna fix this? Skipper: Grit, spit and a whole lotta duct tape.
I know there are some developer who like to follow a style, as in, for example,
1. all member's variable name starts with '_'
2. The typical C# guideline, all public member start with upper case
3. always follow an "if" keyword with line return then open curly brace then line return then body then line return then close curly brace
And they get quite style Nazi with those who have different style.
On the other hand there are some other developer (like me) who don't care about style. Sure I have my personal style, follow 2 (C# casing convention), have many variation on 3 (somewhat consistent with 4 different way of using curly brace), but above all, I don't care much about other people style.. And if I have to refactor their code, I might locally update the style to my preference while I am at it... but that's it.
My questions would be...
How many people will consider themselves style agnostic vs style Nazi?