Tabs -vs- Spaces: Tabs should have won.
Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn
PointedEars at web.de
Mon Jul 18 18:58:55 CEST 2011
Gregory Ewing wrote:
> Anders J. Munch wrote:
>> > Cameron Simpson wrote:
>> >> Personally, I like to use the tab _key_ as an input device, but to
>> >> have my editor write real spaces to the file in consequence.
>> Just like in the old days:)
> Most editors can be configured to do that.
> Where they fall down, in my experience, is that having inserted
> those spaces, if you want to delete them you typically have to
> backspace over them one at a time.
Now that's a BAD source code editor! Try one running on the Eclipse
platform, like PyDev (single plugin or in Aptana, also as Eclipse plugin).
But, even vim(1) has auto-indent *and* `<<', so …
> I don't enjoy that experience, which is why I have BBEdit Lite
> set up to use tab-only indentation. If I'm feeling conscientious,
> I convert to spaces before sharing the code with others. But tabs
> work better for me given the tools I use and the way I like to
YMMV, of course.
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