Python indentation (3 spaces)
Am 14.10.18 um 02:45 schrieb Grant Edwards:
> On 2018-10-13, Peter J. Holzer <hjp-python at hjp.at> wrote:
>>> For "just use tabs" to work, all of those tools would have to
>>> magically recognize that they're looking at Python source and adjust
>>> the tab size accordingly. That isn't going to happen.
>> Well, no. The idea of "just use tabs" isn't have a different tab width
>> per language, but a different tab width per user.
> You work in a different environment than I do. for me, tab width
> varies from one project to another (sometimes even in the same
> language). I don't get to pick just one tab width.
But if you use only tabs for indentation, the tab width setting simply
does not matter. I'm in favour of using only tabs.
There is a disadvantage only if you try to align something which is NOT
an indentation level, e.g. when there are big string constants or list