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Re: OT: Formatting Lisp code from the command line

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Mark H Weaver scripsit:

> That doesn't mean that we should throw away the nice vertical-stack
> formatting that most Schemers are accustomed to.  

What I meant is that the absolute number of spaces makes no difference
to a t-expression processor, only whether it is more, less, or the same
as the previous line.  And the "Emacs FTW!" argument doesn't necessarily
apply here, because there are no established conventions for t-expression
indentation yet.

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