Long term development of large files often leads to many
developers contributing bits and pieces. This leaves the
source code vulnerable to fragmented code style and
inconsistend indentation, spacing, etc.
The orignal Dragonfly model was no exception. Dragonfly Plus
is so similar to the original dragonfly model that it made more
sense to clone the entire model and then adjust its behavior
to match Dragonfly Plus specifications. This meant, however that
whatever styling issues existed in the original Dragonfly will
also exist in the subsequent version.
Developers are often hesitant to adjust styling of lines that
they did not write, lest they be git blamed for the code itself.
But since I copied and pasted the original dragonfly custom source
code into a new file, I'm already git blamed for everything. So I
can reformat the entire file without modifying ownership of any
lines of code since I'm already the technical owner of them...