I'm getting my head around LaTeX, and I find really awesome the fact that the documents are completely editable with a plain text editor, while getting a really neat and professional output.
I'm learning also a lot of concepts about typography, like how the spacing and the number of character per row have an effect on readability.
But what I wonder is: there is a set of guidelines/themes to format better the code for readability? I'm not referring to indentation or code cleanliness, but about spacing and management of long paragraphs.
Maybe I'm not aware of that, but I find strange that the author of a perfectly typesetted document has to read
courier dense code.