> Anyway, I think (hope) my original mail was indented properly. Uh, I see.
> You're referring to usage of tabs instead of two spaces. Well, that's true,
> a blunder. So there's no recommendation to treat '\t' as '  '?

\t counts as a number of spaces varying from 1 to 8, whatever necessary to
move to the next column number multiple of 8 (starting column is 0)

This is the standard most everywhere, and when not, just replace 8 by 4 or
2. In any case, "\t" is not always (and usually not) equivalent to "  ".



Mathieu Bouchard