David Kastrup <d...@gnu.org> writes:
> Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
>> Traditionally, because the tool grew in a context of being used in a
>> project whose participants are at least not malicious, always having
>> to be on the lookout for fear of middle-of-line tabs hiding bad
>> contents near the right edges of lines has never been an issue.
> My beef is not with "hiding bad contents" but with "hiding contents".
> It makes the output useless for seeing what is actually happening as
> soon as the option starts having an effect.
My suspicion is that one of the reasons why S was chosen to be in
the default was to mildly discourage people from busting the usual
line-length limit, but I am not Linus ;-)
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