Mee, too.  I set tabstop=4 in vim.  2 spaces makes it hard for me to
follow the code.

On Sat, 2 Aug 2003, Nikolai Weibull wrote:

> I've been meaning to ask this for quite some time.  Why is and
> indentation-level of two (2) spaces the standard for Ruby?  Is there any
> reason for it being so short/small?  I've been using eight (8), i.e.
> hard tabs, but been feeling it may be a bit too much.  But I don't think
> I would ever go below 4.
> 	nikolai
>
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