Right, of course not. You just want to turn off the formatting on an IDE because you think you'll have to fight against it.
You would only think that you would have to fight against an IDE if you thought that its formatting wouldn't be the same as yours. After all, how would you fight against it if its formatting was identical to yours?
You are the one who would set the formatting of your IDE.
Your fundamental premise is flawed, so your entire argument is.
Your only argument is that you want to do something manually that a machine could do much easily.
Do you also manually compile your code, because you don't want GCC "fucking with your code"?>>7444848
No, I assumed you were the same person because you replied as though you were him. You have temporarily stopped being an obnoxious attention whore in the past, so I had just assumed you were doing that. I see now that I was mistaken, and had assumed that you were much less of an obnoxious faggot than you actually are.