Should an existing Rust project switch from two-space tabs to four-space tabs to match the Rust style guide?

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  • rust-analyzer

    A Rust compiler front-end for IDEs

    In https://github.com/rust-analyzer/rust-analyzer/issues/10818 it is mentioned that RA also calls rustfmt, maybe that why I see mostly well formatted code despite it having still issues with the let/match conversion. That's why I said it not being consistent. If RA could reliably reformat after code transformations, it wouldn't even matter too much if the snippets are hard coded or not.

  • agora

    File server that accepts Lightning Network payments for downloads (by agora-org)

    I'm the co-author of an existing Rust project that uses two-space tabs. I personally prefer two-space tabs, but was thinking that maybe we should switch to four-space tabs, since it's the standard, to make it easier for new contributors, and possibly more familiar for people looking at the code.

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