> >     x.foo ( arg )
> As I recall, the warning was added in 1.8 because that sort of style was
being
> deprecated.

I hope that's not the case. I'd rather be told it is a limitation in the
current parser or some such.

It's hard to argue that
    x.foo( y.bar( z.baz )))
makes better reading breaks for the eye than
    x.foo ( y.bar ( z.baz )))

The different is even more glaring if you remove the spaces after the "("
    x.foo(y.bar(z.baz )))
Vs.
    x.foo (y.bar (z.baz )))

Anyone know for sure? Matz?

Thanks ...