On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Leon Timmermans <faw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Most people seem to lean towards the pod comments, though I disagree
> with it on a simple ground: aesthetics. Python docstrings aren't just
> useful, they are reasonably pretty too, #={} isn't. In fact I'd say
> it's pretty fugly. I think that a feature that we intend to be used
> often should be more aesthetically pleasing, if only to promote its
> use.
> Leon

You have a point there. Python's triple double-quote (sextuple?)
delimiters are neater.

I'm not sure what the end-of-line version (see earlier discussion of
#=) of that would look like, though. What about using #= for
end-of-line docstrings and #== for multiline? Just a suggestion.

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