Bite the bullet and purge tabs from Wt source code
At the moment we have a rather inconsistent indentation style: newer code uses 2 spaces per indentation level, no tabs, and older code uses 2 spaces per indentation level, and turning 8 spaces into a tab (this is what Emacs does by default).
If your editor is set correctly to 8 spaces per tab then the code will look fine, but some users will have their editor set incorrectly, and see a mess.
We'll have to bite the bullet and finally replace all tabs with spaces.
This will mess with the git history, but we can:
- Hide whitespace changes in GitLab and GitHub with a click of a button
git blame -wif we want to ignore whitespace changes when blaming
Updated by Roel Standaert 11 months ago
- Status changed from InProgress to Resolved
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Updated by Christian Meyer 10 months ago
Hey, just a comment, but should this problem not be easily achived by using a linter?
Might be a little longer to set up but should enable consistency for the future
Updated by Roel Standaert 10 months ago
The issue was really with older code that still needed to be updated, all of the new code was already fine. I didn't go so far as to actually use something like a formatter, but we've had an
.editorconfig file for a while so that IDEs or editors that support it automatically adjust their settings.
If you are referring to the actual converting of tabs to spaces: that was easily fixed with some
Updated by Roel Standaert 9 months ago
- Status changed from Resolved to Closed