On Mon, 28 Feb 2005, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> In emacs, if you hit tab on a line of code, it will indent the line to the
> appropriate level, i.e. add or remove tabs/spaces as needed to make the
> indentation consistent with the previous line. If you want to do the same
> thing with vim, add the following to your ~/.vimrc :
>> imap <tab> <esc>==i
wow, how obvious. I think i'll stick to my editor which just figures
out the indentation automatically ;) (I can override the style if
it gets it wrong).
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