Is it possible to post an example?
Of course you can specify “not at all” by setting the margin to say 999.
I admit that these days the margin setting has become a hint rather than an enforcement due to gradual change in development culture. Some 30+ years ago everything was listed out using fixed width matrix printers which truncated everything beyond the available 80/132/158 or other line size, today I don’t remember the day anymore that I printed code, and in addition windows have horizontally scrolling.
I mean: are there scenarios where strict enforcement is really mandatory? Of course, a selected width of say 90 should not result in text found at column 150, but coding to enforce 90 in all cases will be a pain, especially in the presence of long identifiers and/or deep block nesting. Sometimes violating the margin is unavoidable. In such cases, what then could be considered is some form of text wrapping with the wrapped text right-aligned to keep all related words visually close together.
Please convince me.