Striving for PEP-8 compliance
duncan.booth at invalid.invalid
Sun Apr 11 12:19:04 CEST 2010
Lawrence D'Oliveiro <ldo at geek-central.gen.new_zealand> wrote:
>> The same goes for indentation. In python it's not possible to write
>> a program to correctly indent code that isn't alaready correctly
> The problem isnât that itâs âincorrectlyâ indented, itâs two
> different pieces of code (correctly) indented according to two
> different conventions, and how you reconcile them without introducing
> logic errors into the code.
You use 'reindent.py' which a standard part of every Python release.
Except that should shouldn't because it messes up the version history.
>> In a brace delimited language it's not possible to write a program to
>> correctly place braces in an "incorrectly braced" program.
> But with braces itâs easy enough to reconcile different indentation
> conventions without introducing logic errors into the code.
Except you shouldn't for the above mentioned reason.
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