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Re: Is it better to add "0break" to cinkeys by default?

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  • H Xu
    ... Hi Lech, Maybe the compromising way you proposed is a better way. Hong Xu 2010/11/28 -- You received this message from the vim_dev maillist. Do not
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      On 11/27/2010 09:49 PM, Lech Lorens wrote:
      > On 27-Nov-2010 H Xu<xuhdev@...> wrote:
      >> On 2010/11/27 4:34, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
      >>>
      >>> Well, if you change the default for 'cinoptions', then it's not unusual
      >>> to also need to change 'cinkeys'. I don't think "break" needs to be
      >>> re-indented for the default value of 'cinoptions'.
      >>
      >> Hello Bram Moolenaar,
      >>
      >> I don't agree with you. I can't find any option of 'cinoptions'
      >> requires a change of 'cinkeys' except "bN" and "/N". So add "=break" is
      >> more appropriate.
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      > Considering Vim is already slow when e.g. folding is set to syntax,
      > I think adding an item to 'cinkeys' by default, which would not benefit
      > all the users, would be a bad choice.
      >
      > This option is easily settable in a per-user configuration file (e.g.
      > ~/.vim/after/ftplugin/c.vim). How about mentioning this in documentation
      > where "bN" and "/N" are described, though?
      >

      Hi Lech,

      Maybe the compromising way you proposed is a better way.

      Hong Xu
      2010/11/28

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