I thought it was 8 characters per tab: https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/CodingStyle . Maybe I'm just confused by the conversation and the discussion is about hitting the tab key (inserting spaces) or hitting the space bar a number of times to indent.
I'm honestly curious: is there a style guide that says to use tabs? The ones I've looked at all recommend spaces.
Drupal sucks balls. It's very counterintuitive for something that claims to be simple and modular. Behaviors are inconsistent across themes, half of the available themes are broken, TFS is right about Drupal not supporting jack shit right off the bat. Enabling the modules requires manual downloads and dependency hells. The notion of using the site as you build it is shit, and using an "admin theme" just causes trouble because of the inconsistent behaviors across themes. Even its own advocates recommend just writing your own PHP and CSS.
Can somebody please develop a CMS for people without Asperger's ?!
Can you offer another CMS that doesn't have the same issues, and does everything you're pretty little world wants?
I spent a bit of time playing with Joomla, WP, and Drupal. For some reason, I dug Drupal for many reasons:
- online support
- "FREE" modules
- did I say customization without needing to code anything, ala CCK / VIews
And yes, I'll admit it's a learning curve working with Drupal, but so are all the other CMS products out there. If you're going to bash something, at least throw some specifics out; and I'm not talking about grabbing some pre-built theme and having issues - go for WP if you want cookie-cutter stuff.