The python black project.
dpeacock at redhat.com
Thu Apr 18 20:42:05 UTC 2019
I had my concerns when I saw Python Black promoted in other quite some time
ago, and the same concern strikes me now I revisited it.
I strongly oppose Python Black adoption for this reason:
88 char line lengths is a table stakes deal breaker for me (and I suspect
others), and since the black project relies on no exceptions or discussions
about details, this makes it a non-starter.
-1 for me.
On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 4:52 AM Natal Ngétal <natal at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Black is project to format Python code. It's more and more used by the
> community. That can save time and harmonize the code. For example, simple
> versus double quote, that was not checked by pep8.i It's just an example of
> what make black With a pre-hook commit hook this will be also avoid to
> time with pep8 errors.
> Two links to see more:
> I think it can be very interesting to start to use Black on OpenStack. What
> do you thinks about that? For example, we can introduce it on some
> projects, I
> would volunteer to try on TripleO.
> My best regards
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