From: Nick Murtagh (murtaghn at domain tcd.ie)
Date: Mon 01 Apr 2002 - 01:13:46 IST
On Monday 01 April 2002 00:33, David Golden wrote:
> I gleaned this information straight from the vim manual:
I find it very hard to find anything in the vim manual. It's
nearly as bad as info.
> filetype indent off
yes! Thank you. Sanity is restored.
> in you .vimrc to control whether it uses the files, or you could tweak the
> file to your liking, by editing it - on my system, it's the file
I'd like to make it work, with 2 spaces instead of 8, but I suspect I'd
have to learn a whole new programming language.
> As to why set ts=2 doesn't work:
> The indents are according to a number of character spaces calculated
> by html.vim - so if you set ts=2, then it might, for example, insert 4
> ASCII tab characters where it would have inserted only 1 with set ts=8,
> assuming noexpandtab.
> (Aside: tabstop (ts) should normally be kept at 8, change softtabstop (sts)
I vaguely recall knowing that at some point... I was clutching at straws with
the ts thing anyway :)
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