>>> It is a 'good' coding practice (with many people) to indent everything (that
>>> should be indented, like if's).  You can't do a doc quoting inside of an if
>>> and still maintain 'good' coding practices.  That is a bug, in my opinion,
>>> because you ought to be able to do both perfectly.  I understand why the
>>> developers did what they did, but maybe a compromise could be reached?  I
>>> don't know what that would be, but maybe escaping any stop words before the
>>> actual stop word with quotes or ticks or something.

the existent feature request bug is #5007 and another for whitespaces


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