how do you move to a new line in your text editor?
johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Thu Mar 2 19:58:50 CET 2006
Carl Banks wrote:
> John Salerno wrote:
>> So I'm wondering, how do you all handle moving around in your code in
>> cases like this? Is there some sort of consistency to these things that
>> you can write rules for your text editor to know when to outdent? It
>> doesn't seem like you can do this reliably, though.
> Emacs, at least, outdents reliably with spaces. Probably some other
> editors do as well, though I was kind of surprised to find out that
> some editors have (compared to Emacs) weak indent inference.
> If editing with spaces annoys you, it might be possible with your
> editor (which seems to have a variable tab stop) to edit the file with
> tabs, but save it with spaces.
> Carl Banks
I use UltraEdit right now, and it is possible to convert spaces and tabs
back and forth, but it's just an extra step. I was thinking about trying
vim, as I've heard it's easier to learn than emacs.
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