what editor do you use?
ville at spammers.com
Sun Jul 4 21:04:44 CEST 2004
>>>>> "Roy" == Roy Smith <roy at panix.com> writes:
Roy> some kind of IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
Roy> Perhaps the one hard and fast requirement is that whatever
Roy> you pick can be made to either only use spaces or only use
Roy> tabs for indenting.
New code should only have spaces. It's official, or at least "strongly
Roy> My personal belief is that using all spaces is the way to go.
Roy> Other people can make some reasonable arguments why all tabs
Roy> is better. But
Well, not really. The only excuse to use tabs is using a broken editor
that can't produce spaces when pressing tab. If one is just choosing
an editor, it's easy to avoid broken ones.
Roy> incalculable grief. If you DAGS for "tab space indent
Roy> python" you'll find enough reading material on the topic to
Roy> keep you busy for a while.
And also get an interesting glimpse at the dark side of the Python
Ville Vainio http://tinyurl.com/2prnb
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