Indentation and comments
vim-ruby-devel-list at pcppopper.org
Wed Oct 15 02:30:50 EDT 2003
* Nikolai Weibull <vim-ruby-devel-list at pcppopper.org> [Oct, 15 2003 01:20]:
> * Gavin Sinclair <gsinclair at soyabean.com.au> [Oct, 15 2003 00:51]:
> > There's a recent bug report that says that comments always get
> > "indented" flush against the left margin.
> > Previous revisions had comments ignored in indenting operations.
> > The bug report suggests aligning comments with current indent level,
> > which I support, but different people have different commenting
> > styles. What do you think should be done?
> OK. To be able to work correctly we basically need to ignore comment
> lines. People may mess with them themselves. If you enter the text
> yourself, everything will work fine. If you simply cut and paste
> something like
> class Foo
> def initialize()
> #sets up stuff
> from an outside source, the #sets up stuff line will not be touched.
> This, I think, is OK for maintaining everything else working correctly.
> They don't flush left if entered interactively. Either this, or they
> are using some old version that may have had an intermediate bug. the
> latest CVS works fine.
> What happens is that if the script finds that a line is only a comment,
> it is ignored. If it is completely inside a string it is also ignored.
> The lines current indent is used instead. I may try to figure out some
> other way of doing this (I'll think over it's necessity) but this is how
> it works atm.
OK, fixed. sorry for multiple messages. anyway, this should work fine
now. hope i didn't forget any cases ;-)
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