#13 Rest of my indentation fixes

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2003-10-01
2003-10-01
Glen Peterson
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Fixes for a number of indentation issues. The main
improvements are:

* Tags within comments and cdata sections will no
longer affect indentation outside of those sections.

* Indent-region will no longer affect text inside
comments, cdata, and <xsl:text> sections. You can
change the indentation of these sections by pressing
the tab key manually or hitting delete.

* Made return take you to the (more or less) proper
indentation for the next line.

* Wrapped the yank function to indent the text after it
is pasted.

* Fixed numerous typos in my numerous comments

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  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-10-04

    xslide 0.2.3 indentation fixes "B"

     
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  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-10-04

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    I went over this with a finer tooth comb and used it for a
    week to write xsl without finding significant bugs. I made
    some changes, mostly to make the merge go smoother (it's
    kind of a big one). I have only tested this version on XEmacs
    under Windows.

     
  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-10-04

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    I just tested in GNU and X emacs under Linux and it compiled
    and worked great. Merge away!

     
  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-10-11

    xslide 0.2.3 indentation fixes "C"

     
  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-10-11

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    Here's the same fixes with the indentation variables and
    functions split into a different file. I also deleted some
    unused stuff while I was at it. Nothing too major.

    I have a question about authorship: I just looked through
    xslide-indent.el and I wrote everything in there with the
    possible exception of a line or two in a function or two. But
    it's all based on prior art from xslide.el. I left everyone's name
    as contributors anyway and listed myself next to Tony as an
    author. That's really not accurate but I wanted to err on the
    side of giving too much credit rather than not enough. What
    should I do here?

     
  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-11-06

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    Merged.