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Yo fucking with a devs line limit is like fucking with a devs emotions
100 line limit here. I can't even imagine using Java in 80 characters.
psukys2343yConfig is for a reason, <strike>pep8</strike>pycodestyle is only a tool :)
I cant take you seriously after that :p
You dont have to follow pep8 when typing code but once exporting it, just use a linter and the trick is done. The next dev in line that get your code will lint the code to what he likes then lint it back to pep.
As someone who uses terminal so much that I sometimes don't start X on my Dev box for a week or more, my TTY limits out at 200ish, which is just enough to tmux that shit for 100 char each side.
I fully endorse line limits, although sometimes that can get hard to follow, especially with complex comprehensions.
I always set my line limit to the max (9999 in JetBrains' IDEs) and then manually decide when lines are too long and when to split them up.
vintprox2574354dFfs, I feel same. I just look and feel the shit smell because standard doesn't allow whitespace before and after equal sign. Fuck you pep, fuck the lack of multiline operations and stagnant principles.