- Here are two new files. The first is an indentation definition for the
docbk format. It is currently the same as that of xml. This should
work alright, given that you stick to XML DocBook.
The second file is a file-type plugin for automake. It simply loads the
file-type plugin for make.
method preferred over
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- Nikolai Weibull wrote:
> Here are two new files. The first is an indentation definition for theThanks, I'll use the new versions (I already had the previous version
> docbk format. It is currently the same as that of xml. This should
> work alright, given that you stick to XML DocBook.
> The second file is a file-type plugin for automake. It simply loads the
> file-type plugin for make.
of these files).
> P.S.Mostly "runtime! indent/xml.vim" is to be used, so that the user can
> is the
> source <sfile>:p:h/xml.vim
> method preferred over
> runtime indent/xml.vim
override the indent plugin and/or add something in his "after/indent"
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