[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Sun, 27 Feb 2011 12:59:45 -0700
I realize that by now, the indentation project has gone to master but
I just wanted to chime in here on how emacs muddies up the tab vs
spaces debate further by mixxing spaces and tabs to achieve some
indentation. I've personally prefered tabs exclusively but then emacs
uses both depending on which mode and the size of the tab stop
setting. One thing that helps over all is emacspeak can tell you the
indentation of each line as you scroll down through a file and gedit
under Orca will also support this behavior so it is fairly easy to
track indentation unless you're a vi user <smile> and I don't know if
there is a way to track indents easily using native speakup.
On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 01:13:30PM -0600, William Hubbs wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 02:20:43PM +0000, Christopher Brannon wrote:
> > Luke Yelavich <luke.yelavich at canonical.com> writes:
> > > On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 03:23:07AM EST, William Hubbs wrote:
> > >> That is exactly why tabs should be used, because it allows the user to
> > >> configure their editor to show the indent levels at whatever width they
> > > I'll second this.
> > Do we have any resolution here?
> > The perennial tabs versus spaces debate seems to be going in favor of
> > tabs. I don't really have any strong feelings, either way. I'll go
> > wherever the wind blows, so to speak.
> > We got side-tracked with this discussion. Is anyone interested in doing
> > the work?
> Ok, tabs it is.
> I just about have all of the code run through Lindent here.
> I can finish that and commit everything by 0:00 utc on Monday.
> This will not be perfect yet however. There are some spots in the server
> and modules that I know of which will need to be looked at manually.
> The reason for this is some of the macros we have break the flow of
> indentation. These will need to be reworked or removed;otherwise they
> will continue to cause trouble for us in terms of keeping proper
> Once I do the big commit and respond to the list, we will need to find a
> way to fix the spots that have these macros.
> Speechd mailing list
> Speechd at lists.freebsoft.org
- new upstream release?, (continued)
- new upstream release?, Hynek Hanke, 2011/02/08
- new upstream release?, William Hubbs, 2011/02/08
- Code reindent (was: new upstream release?), Hynek Hanke, 2011/02/09
- Code reindent (was: new upstream release?), Halim Sahin, 2011/02/09
- Code reindent (was: new upstream release?), Andrei Kholodnyi, 2011/02/09
- Code reindent (was: new upstream release?), Trevor Saunders, 2011/02/09
- Code reindent (was: new upstream release?), William Hubbs, 2011/02/09
- Code reindent (was: new upstream release?), Luke Yelavich, 2011/02/09
- Code reindent, Christopher Brannon, 2011/02/12
- Code reindent, William Hubbs, 2011/02/12
- Code reindent,
Steve Holmes <=
- Code reindent, David Csercsics, 2011/02/27
- Code reindent, Steve Holmes, 2011/02/27