It's supposed to be indent = 2 spaces with no tabs, but my own emacs setting 
messed up the tabs for a large number of files.

-- Scott

--- On Wed, 10/28/09, Mattias Jiderhamn <mj-li...@expertsystems.se> wrote:

> From: Mattias Jiderhamn <mj-li...@expertsystems.se>
> Subject: Re: [Resin-interest] Tabulation evil
> To: "General Discussion for the Resin application server" 
> <resin-interest@caucho.com>
> Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2009, 12:40 AM
> I have been asking myself the same
> question...
> 
> Jeff Schnitzer wrote (2009-10-28 00:41):
> > This is really just a point of curiosity...
> >
> > What editor are you guys using at Caucho?  I've
> noticed all the code
> > is formatted using a bizarre combination of tabs and
> spaces, like
> > this:
> >
> > 1 indent = 4 spaces
> > 2 indents = 1 tab
> > 3 indents = 1 tab + 4 spaces
> > 4 indents = 2 tabs
> > 5 indents = 2 tabs + 4 spaces
> >
> > ...which, setting aside longstanding religious wars
> about tabs vs
> > spaces, seems to combine the worst characteristics of
> each approach.
> > I'm not really complaining, since Eclipse will "fix"
> it for me with
> > two mouse clicks, but I'm terribly curious to know
> what editor can
> > even be configured to abuse code like that :-)
> >
> > Jeff
> 
> 
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