Subject: Re: Tabs versus Spaces in Source Code
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 22:53:39 -0500
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp,
Message-ID: <>
Pascal Bourguignon  <> wrote:
| Patricia Shanahan <> writes:
| > But the objective was to bound the total amount of code. You don't
| > assume all code is debugged, tested, documented, and shipped?
| Well not really, you don't need to keep scratch and prototype code
| that's 30 years old.  Just keep a few sources snapshoots.  But even if
| you wanted to keep all the keypresses of all the programmers ever,
| that'd be less than 200 TB, quite a realizable capacity today, even so
| in a few years.

Indeed, see <>. With the AIS-6119
(on the far right), you can get just under 154 TB in a single rack,
today. [That's with 400 GB drives. 192 TB in a single rack, when
the 500 GB drives become available.]


p.s. Obligatory disclosure: I'm currently employed by Agami...

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