No need -- the new schemes are rigidly consistent right now, and what
you've inferred by example is the truth.
> a, b, c, d, e = \
> where I don't know what I would've wanted, honestly.
Ya, this is where it gets hard. In most cases we probably want a
continued assignment to indent past the leftmost assigning "=" on the
base line, but in this case that rule would yield the useless
a, b, c, d, e = \
Indenting past the base line's leftmost chunk of non-whitespace
characters instead (as is currently done) may be the best guess I can
make here. But the "there is _something_ interesting after an assigning
'=' on the base line" is a different case, and happy to treat it
still-collecting-icky-examples-ly y'rs - tim
Tim Peters firstname.lastname@example.org
not speaking for Kendall Square Research Corp