On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 17:40, J Haas <Myrdred / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Well, tough. Programmers shouldn't be using freakin' tabs anyway, and
> if they are, they _definitely_ shouldn't be mixing them with spaces. I don't
> think it's worthwhile to inflate the code base by a staggering 20% to
> accommodate people who want to write ugly code, mixing tabs and spaces when
> there's no reason to. And if for some reason it's really, really critical to
> support this use case, there could be some kernel-level method for specifying how
> many spaces a tab equates to, so the interpreter can figure out just how
> far indented that line with the tabs is.

Well, tough?

I like to use tabs to indent, and spaces to align. (a la
http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/IntelligentTabs )

Don't like it? Well, tough.

All kidding aside, who cares? Write a preprocessor.

Benjamin Kudria
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