Nikolai Weibull wrote:
> OK. i know a release is on its way and i read the being careful note.
> This seems to work quite good actually (with the current autoconf
> indenting standards). enjoy...=)
Using the shell indenting was not much more than a good guess. If your
script doesn't crash or hang it should be better.
Try indenting the configure.in file that comes with Vim. I do notice a
few things that can be improved.
The start of the file should be something like this:
" Only load this indent file when no other was loaded.
source <sfile>:p:h/sh.vim " will set b:did_indent
This allows a user to plugin his own indent file and skip this one.
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