On Di, 13 Mär 2018, Nikolay Aleksandrovich Pavlov wrote:

> My point is that while you can sure view those files in a nice manner
> *yourself*, but it would not do any good for those who you share files
> with unless they have vartabs themselves. So if files need to be
> assembled it is better to use spaces unless it is some kind of file
> used by both humans and applications, with latter requiring tabs.

I always consider using tab separated files as being done because some 
application needs it in that format. If not, you could freely use any 
other (better suitable) format.

> And for spaces there already are a number of plugins.

Sure and with the vartabs feature, that will just be a matter of
`:set vts=5,10,10,5`

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