allow line break at operators
rantingrick at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 03:50:55 CEST 2011
On Aug 12, 7:39 pm, Seebs <usenet-nos... at seebs.net> wrote:
> Well, that's the thing.
> In a case like:
> if foo:
> if bar:
> I notice that *NOTHING* lines up with "if bar:". And that affects me
> about the way unmatched brackets do.
For me, i believe it was a grave mistake to allow "user defined
indention" within a python module. Not only that, but allowing
indentation to be inconsistent (within the same module) not only
worse, it's insane!
I could have "slightly" understood giving people a choice of how many
indents to use however i cannot fathom the idiocy of allowing
inconsistent indentation within the same module! Although GvR is no
doubt a brilliant mind he keeps making the same mistakes over and over
again in the name of muti-stylism. ¡Ay, caramba!
Not that i find it *impossible* to read inconsistent indentation mind
you, but that i find it blasphemous to the name of consistency.
Programming languages MUST be consistent. Python should allow one and
only one obvious way to indent a block; whether it be by a single tab
char or by four spaces i don't care! But for crikey's sake pick one of
them and stick with it!!!
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