Gosh, chill... didnít mean to direct it at you in particular, but thereís simply been plenty of times Iíve heard it and I felt Iíd say something about it.
Iím almost exclusively a Perl user, but Iíve spent a few years doing KDE3 stuff in Python, and I guess I just feel weird when people find the white-space thing odd while it felt pretty much natural for me simply because itís merely about making proper indentation a rule. (Heh, now that I think of it, that even fits in the Zen of Python, ďthere should be one ó and preferably only one ó obvious way to do itĒ)
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