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Thu, 22 Jan 2009 12:52:54 -0800 (PST)
On Thu, 22 Jan 2009, Peter Rosin wrote:
> Den 2009-01-21 23:13, skrev Ralf Wildenhues:
> > * Charles Wilson wrote on Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 07:29:52PM CET:
> > > Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
> > > > For many years I have had my editor configured to always use
> > > > spaces. This ensures WYSIWYG for everyone involved.
> > > Agree 100%. I try to manually match whatever sp/tab convention is in
> > > place -- using vi if I have to -- but much prefer all spaces.
> > OK so it seems there are more voices for spaces.
Or maybe it just seems so because those that want a change are those
that will speak up.
I prefer tabs. If I want the text in the 25th column it's just
3 tab keys and start typing. I don't have to count out pressing
the space bar 24 times and then wondering if it really was 24.
I find python code really annoying because it is spaces only.
But then again, maybe I don't count.
After all, I'm not a large contributor to libtool.
> > Can we agree to make the switch only after 2.2.8 though,
> > I would like to avoid unnecessary churn ATM.
> I have no strong preference regarding indentation, except that if
> the msvc branch is to be merged soon after 2.2.8, I'd much prefer
> to do it before any extensive whitespace cleanup.
Tim Rice Multitalents (707) 887-1469
- Re: Provide a means to activate dynamically the debug traces, (continued)
- Re: Provide a means to activate dynamically the debug traces, Akim Demaille, 2009/01/09
- Re: spaces (was: Provide a means to activate dynamically the debug traces), Akim Demaille, 2009/01/19
- Re: spaces (was: Provide a means to activate dynamically the debug traces), Bob Friesenhahn, 2009/01/19
- Re: spaces, Charles Wilson, 2009/01/20
- Re: spaces, Ralf Wildenhues, 2009/01/21
- Re: spaces, Charles Wilson, 2009/01/21
- Re: spaces, Peter Rosin, 2009/01/22
- Re: spaces,
Tim Rice <=
- Re: spaces, Bob Friesenhahn, 2009/01/22
- Re: spaces, Ralf Wildenhues, 2009/01/19
- Re: spaces, Akim Demaille, 2009/01/22