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Chris Rebert
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      05-04-2010
On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 8:52 AM, Stefan Behnel <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Ed Keith, 04.05.2010 17:43:
>> The PITA is having to keep track of the indentation of each embedded
>> chunk and summing it for each level of indentation. This requires a fair
>> amount of bookkeeping that would not otherwise be necessary.
>>
>> The original prototype simply replaced each embedded chunk with the text
>> from the chunk definition, all indenting information was lost. It worked
>> for most languages, but not Python.
>>
>> In testing the program I used two languages, Python and J.

>
> Well, then both of the language generators have benefited from your effort
> because the generated complete code is properly indented and therefore much
> more readable during debugging. I'd say it was worth it.


Though there are auto-re-indenting programs for curly-brace languages you know.

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Chris
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