On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 10:31 AM, Tobiah <tshep...@rcsreg.com> wrote:
> Coworker takes PEP8 as gospel and uses 4 spaces
> to indent. I prefer tabs.
I recently converted from tabs to spaces. I probably still have some
code that uses tabs, but most of my personal stuff has been converted.
I like tabs. Tabs work better for me than spaces, because I know how
to use them. Also, some "make" tools insist on tabs.
Also, where many people like 4 spaces or 8 spaces, I prefer tabs
expanded to 3 columns.
But I finally acknowledged that some very smart people don't
understand tabs, or don't want to learn how to use them. Also, I
figured out how to get python files to use spaces and Makefile's to
use tabs, using some slight vim configuration.
So I'm using 4 spaces now.
It's nice not having to ignore the relevant pep8 and pylint warnings
anymore. And I don't miss tabs nearly as much as I thought I would.
In fact, I'm not sure I miss them at all.