Roel M. Hogervorst


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It seems the linewidth wars are starting up again.

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Linus Torvalds speaks (characteristicly harsh, but not super rude) about restricting your code to a linewidth of 80, he says it is nonsense.

It is a small thing of annoyance for me when the python tools like flake8 or black complain about line length of 80. I usually set it to 120.

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