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- Subject: Re: python like syntax for lua
- From: Gustavo Niemeyer <niemeyer@...>
- Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 18:38:47 -0300
> Can anyone explain exaxtly why any method of code block indication is
> better than any other? And how, specifically, is making whitespace a
> significant syntactical element an improvement over any other more
> readily identified method (by this I mean, how do you visually
> distinguish a tab character from a series of space characters in your
> IDE or editor)?
> Next - 50 pointer here - why should Lua's syntax be changed to
> resemble Python? What justification for the effort is there? Why
> don't you do it yourself and call it PyLua or Luathon or whatever?
No one asked to change the Lua syntax, and I'm not planning to change
your mind about anything.
Can you please stop trying to create a flamewar, or I'll have
to drop your mails in my filter.