Jay Love wrote:
> > Jay Love wrote:
> > >
> > > Okay, are you using 4 or 8 space tabs?
> > >
> > > You say to use 4, but I see 8 in your code.
> > First of all, I deny using 8 in the code. I try to always use tabs instead of spaces for indentation and I have my tabs set to 4 both in KDE's kwrite and in nedit. Where did you see this?
> > I'm including the mailing list because I want to know what people think about source code conventions, especially Tabs. I was trying to lay down this convention:
> > * Always use Tabs for indentation
> > * Tabs == 4 spaces
> > Does that work for others, or is that a pain in the ass for some?
> Tabs are Tabs as far as I know. The relation to number of spaces they represent is editor dependent.
> The only reason I ask is because you mentioned at one point that my code was looking strange for you.
> > -Chuck
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Hmmm, I that's an interesting .sig. zope.org. Hey, what about Webware?
Yes, your code is looking strange to me. Apparently your editor has tabs at 8. Some lines seem to use spaces and others use tabs. It's pretty screwy.
Can we all switch to tab=4 (I won't switch to tab=8 because I have internal docs that user tab=4 and I'm stuck on it) -or- do we all switch to using spaces for indentation (which I don't like, but it's better not being able to read the code)?