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Mofi wrote:I think, it is quite good explained in the help of UE/UES. But I give you an example.
Mofi wrote:With the tab stop value of 4 and the indent spaces of 1 I can still read the source of my colleague without any problem because the existing tabs are displayed with 4 spaces. And my new code added is with my prefered setting of 1 space. If my colleague later opens the modified source, he can still read his source and also my source without any formating problem (and it can be easily detected which part of the code is write by me).
JohnJSal wrote:So your tab stop value is 4, indent spaces is 1 and you have spaces in place of tabs. What would his settings be?
JohnJSal wrote:Am I to assume, then, that the value of these two settings only matters when sharing files? That they aren't something that a single person can use to make a difference between tabs and indentation?