vrman49 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 13:29:38 EST 2007
I completely agree that 80 won't cut it. I use 132 - why? - because I am old.
That was the standard for old printouts. Anyone remember "greenbar"?
Just for fun I followed your link and copied the code. Then I opened it in
emacs, xemacs, gedit, vim, and kate. Not a single line wrapped in any of
those editors (the way I have them set). Looking quickly your longest lines
were in the 120+ range. In all cases, except emacs, all was clear and easy
to work with - even for long periods of time. At the moment I am not even
using an external monitor on my ThinkPad T40p (1400x1050).
My $.02 - even though I am not part of your team
On 3/9/07, Josh Sled <jsled at asynchronous.org> wrote:
> Take, for example,
> This is my motivation. I think a >80-character unbroken line is more
> readable than one "unnaturally" split at 80 columns.
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