Many other language ecosystems have coding styles or standardized formatting tools with line length enforcement. E.g:
C in the Linux kernel: Convention of 80 character line length
The idea behind the line length limit it is that there is an ideal character/column length for legibility. For books this is around 60. 60 is too few for code; for code it is typically 80-120 characters. Visual Studio and C#/.NET doesn't have a line length format option, same as the
dotnet format tool. I think this option would be great to have in Visual Studio and/or the
dotnet format tool.
The benefit of having our tools enforce the line lengths makes it so teams spend less time checking/enforcing/discussing this specific style point.
What are the reasons this particular option isn't included as of now? Could this be reasonably added?