134560Re: shiftround option
- Nov 17, 2012Hi rail!
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On Sa, 17 Nov 2012, rail shafigulin wrote:
> I'm still no quite clear. So when I set shiftround it moves the code by the
> length of shiftwidth-1 when I use the >> or << ?
No, if it is set, it moves it to the next multiple value of shiftwidth,
while when it is not set, it simply moves by shiftwidth chars.
Here is an example:
If your shiftwidth value is 4 and your input starts at cell 3 indenting
using >> would move the text to cell 5 if shiftround is set, while it
moves your text to cell 7 when shiftround is not set.
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