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Re: indenting contnued line

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  • Ben Fritz
    ... Try turning on filetype-based indentation. Near the top of your .vimrc, put: filetype indent on or filetype indent plugin on
    Message 1 of 2 , May 24, 2013
      On Friday, May 24, 2013 7:03:34 PM UTC-5, rudrab wrote:
      > Hello friends,
      > for a continued line, say, in C,
      > void some_function(argument1,
      > more_arg)
      >
      > is the natural behavior of vim (with my current vimrc).
      > I want it to be like
      > void some_function(argument1,
      > more_arg)
      >
      > i.e. when I press enter after reaching the end of first line, cursor should come to the suitable position, rather then first column.
      >
      > This will happen if my argument list is longer, and if I manually shift the 2nd line at the position I like, third line will come directly below it. But 2nd line has to be shifted manually.
      > Whats more, using autoindent (shift+G+=+G) will also shift them bact to column 1.
      > any solution?

      Try turning on filetype-based indentation.

      Near the top of your .vimrc, put:

      filetype indent on

      or

      filetype indent plugin on

      http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Indenting_source_code#Methods_for_automatic_indentation

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