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    SubjectRe: Coding Style: indenting with tabs vs. spaces
    On Nov. 10, 2007, 14:27 +0200, Xavier Bestel <xavier.bestel@free.fr> wrote:
    > Le samedi 10 novembre 2007 à 13:04 +0100, DervishD a écrit :
    >> Hi Benny :)
    >>
    >> * Benny Halevy <bhalevy@panasas.com> dixit:
    >>> I would like to hear peoples opinion about the indentation convention
    >>> described below that I personally found the most practical with
    >>> several different editors.
    >> While I respect you opinion about tabs, I find tab indentation the most
    >> evil thing ever invented. Even if done right (that is, not indenting
    >> using a mixture of spaces and tabs), the only advantage is that you save
    >> a few bytes.
    >
    > Who cares ?
    > The only advantage is that people can make tabs as big (or as small) as
    > they wish. Tabs become "logical indentation". So one's indentation isn't
    > forced on anotherone's editor.

    Right. That's exactly the point.
    I find it harder to read someone else's code if (s)he uses 2 space indentation.
    With tabs, when done right, I can expand to my personal preference.

    >
    > Xav
    >
    >
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