Would it be a good idea to have a policy that files cannot have trailing
white space? The problem is that some editors are set up to remove this
automatically, and when changing a file introduce a patch with trailing
white space removed.
If files do not have trailing white space (and there is no good reason to
have them, then simply using an editor that doesn't remove them
automatically), then this would never be a problem.
That would make contributing to ansible easier: you will never have to tell
a person to keep white space. Trailing white space can also be removed
automatically upon commit perhaps, so it can never be introduced
inadvertedly, or else such a commit can be rejected.
What does ansible think?
All the best,
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