[Python-Dev] Reindenting unicodedata.c
Barry A. Warsaw
Fri, 8 Nov 2002 17:39:36 -0500
>>>>> "MvL" == Martin v Loewis <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
MvL> I actually don't consider this recommendation foolish. This
MvL> is what Emacs does when I start editing a Python C file, so
MvL> it is convenient for me to follow this PEP, and inconvenient
MvL> to not follow it.
Did you do something special to use the "python" style for Python C
files? I ask because that's what I do. Vanilla CC Mode should use
the "gnu" style by default, which is a lot different than "python"
>> My specific recommendation is Emacs-specific: use the CC Mode
>> "python" style, but with (setq c-basic-offset 8) and (setq
>> indent-tabs-mode nil) I can provide some elisp if there's any
MvL> Did you mean (setq c-basic-offset 4) here? If not, what is
MvL> the advantage of these settings?