[pacman-dev] script spaces/tabs, modelines, etc.

Roman Kyrylych roman.kyrylych at gmail.com
Mon Dec 18 14:17:41 EST 2006

2006/12/18, Dan McGee <dpmcgee at gmail.com>:
> Sounds good. It came up when I was taking a look at FS#2978 because I
> had to do some long indents of existing code and I noticed how it was
> starting to look really weird in the diffs.
> Speaking of that, I have taken a look at the following issues in
> makepkg and either already threw patches up here or hopefully will
> soon:
> #2978- add a 'repackage' option to makepkg
> #3289- look at ftp return code (btw, I added a line to remove a file
> there...I don't know if that is always necessary because sometimes
> wget can continue successfully. However, the fact that the return
> codes are not standardized makes it tough to know whether this
> situation applies)
> #5021- removing info and doc files from non-usr locations

Ehm... I'm not a vim user, so I don't know exactly what ts=2 sw=2 noet
means, but...
personally I never use tabs because of thouse indenting issues, so I
want to ask [silly] question:
why to use tabs at all? why not to indent with space chars only?

Roman Kyrylych (Роман Кирилич)

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