I'm running lisa mint 3.0.0-12-generic with gnome 3.2.1 as my Desktop Environment. Whenever I open my python 2.7.2 interactive interpreter to try out some code snippets, using the tab-key has strange behavior.
I'll start a loop or any kind of nested expression:
>>> while True: >>> if this == that: /-- > this indents with tab 4-spaces >>> for i in that: /-- > this line will indent using tab 8-spaces??
I've been searching around and have been finding this isn't controlled by python but, by the windowing system on my OS. Is there a specific configuration file to edit in gnome that will change the way the tab-key indents?