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Seebs usenet-nospam at seebs.net
Thu Nov 4 22:54:56 CET 2010


On 2010-11-04, Terry Reedy <tjreedy at udel.edu> wrote:
> I am sorry you feel compelled to use a language you so dislike. Not our 
> fault though.

I don't dislike it all that much.  What I dislike is being told that the
problems don't exist.

> If you add the normally redundant information in the form of explicit 
> dedents (anything starting with '#' and distinguishable from normal 
> comments), then it is not too hard to re-indent even after all indents 
> have been removed. I believe this has been dome more than once. By using 
> a stylized comment, the augmented code runs without preprocessing. I 
> also believe at lease one person has written a preprocessor for 
> 'python-with-braces'.

Yes.  They did this because there is no reason that anyone would ever
prefer it or find some benefit to it, of course.

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