>Well Lindent != indent. The "indent" program can do formatting to the
>wishes of the user. However, "Lindent" is a wrapper script which is
>trying to impose the will of Linus on other kernel programmers,
Ah. I must have been confused (never having seen Lindent or Indent
myself). We're talking about options Lindent passes to Indent? I thought
we were talking about new options on Lindent. Options on Lindent don't
really make sense.
In that case, I should modify my earlier observation and say Lindent
shouldn't follow the majority either because it defines good style _or_
because it achieves consistency. It should do it because the majority
style is evidence of what Linus likes.
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