29411Re: % matching for Python
- Aug 6, 2002Alejandro Valencia wrote:
> > As I read it this PEP suggests using 'expandtab'. However, I'm mixingIf someone uses a tabstop setting different from 8 for Python code, then
> > tabs and spaces (e.g., one tab and four spaces for three indent
> > levels) and haven't had any problem with this. Just make sure
> > 'tabstop' isn't changed from its default value of 8.
> Hmm... I think that's fine if you don't expect your code to be read, much
> less edited, by anyone else, mixing tabs and spaces that is :). Unless you
> jot down somewhere in the file what kind of scheme you use.
he is in trouble. Not because of my use of tabs, but because he is
using a wrong tabstop. Hopefully someone who uses a different tabstop
setting runs into enough problems to teach him not to do it.
Perhaps using tabs to teach someone a lesson is not really the right
thing to do...
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