Policy for style guide: remove "<pep8 compliant>" from Python scripts #98554
Remove unnecessary boiler plate from headers.
I'm proposing to remove
<pep8 compliant> &
<pep8-80 compliant> from all Python script, as we no longer have scripts which intentionally use other code style (tabs, different use of spaces etc).
There are ~45 scripts which use
<pep8-80 compliant> in Blender's git repository, which was meant as a hint that an 80 column limit should be used. However most exceed the limit so I don't think it's so useful to arbitrarily have some files use a different column width.
If we do want to exclude some scripts from
make format, this can be done by adding them to the
# nopep8 for to ignore for individual lines.
Early on in 2.5x development when none of the scripts followed pep8 it seemed worth keeping track of of the scripts followed pep8. Now this doesn't seem useful.
This issue was referenced by
Deleting a branch is permanent. Although the deleted branch may exist for a short time before cleaning up, in most cases it CANNOT be undone. Continue?