>This is talking about a situation like:
> x = someFunc(with_lots_of,
>In this case, it should be like:
><tab>x = someFunc(with_lots_of,
OK, so what you are saying is that for normal block indentation we are to
use tabs, and for continuation lines like the above we are to use just one
tab, and achieve alignment with spaces thereafter.
>I must admit, I have not followed this very closely -- Emacs doesn't
>work well doing this, and it's only aesthetic. Dealing with tabs like
>this only work well for people who aren't using smart editors, and type
>every tab and space manually.
I switched to vim, and have never looked back. I just configured vim to
expand tabs to spaces, and just use the tab key without thinking--vim seems
to be able to figure out what needs to be done despite the exclusive use of