Rustom Mody <>:

> We continue to use flat text for our programs when all others have
> moved on.

My more moderate and immediate point is, why should the physical
encoding of the program be also the presentation format?

A definitive Python source file could be binary, XML, .py, .ast,
whatever, and that would also be the file fed to the Python
compiler/interpreter. However, your editor could choose freely how to
present it to you.

IOW, shouldn't PEP8 be redundant?


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