I don't like the idea of a language enforcing mandatory indenting, but a common indenting style is a good thing for a team project. That way you can diff two versions of a file and see real differences between them without a zillion irrelevant differences because two programmers have different indenting styles.
That's why I configured CVS to reject any code that hasn't been perltidied. It's a little obnoxious, but the effort more than pays for itself.
(And cool hack, juerd.)
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