On 19 July 2011 13:27, Steve Klabnik <steve / steveklabnik.com> wrote:
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> Issue #5054 has been updated by Steve Klabnik.
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> Yeah, I don't like this change. Mostly because that huge chain of ends is _supposed_ to look ugly; it reminds me that my code is far too nested, and should be reworked and written properly.
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> I'd prefer bad code to look ugly.

I don't think eeend is beautiful at all. Even if you had to write "end
end" (on the same line) I'd prefer it.
If we want to go that direction (knowing all previous attempts failed,
and I think for a good reason), we should not stop halfway.

> These bad things won't occur by introducing en(n+)d.
They are many more problem invoked in the discussion.
Some can probably be solved in some way, other are real issues.

We have nice "unless" and you would go to the "eeeeeeend" ?
Sounds crazy to me ;)