I'm not sure if this a straight lisp-mode question
or an ilisp question, but here I go. BTW, I'm
It seems to be standard practice that indentation
of if forms should have the else portion in-line
with the then portion like:
(if (null lst)
But, the lisp mode will always indent with the
third line having less indent than the second.
I have searched through the variables and
functions in XEmacs looking for a flag or
something but without luck.
How do I get the automatic proper indentation?
Of course, a search at Google Groups turns up
(put 'if 'lisp-indent-function 0)
Sorry for the waste of bandwidth. =)
As a matter of fact there are other things
Anyway, your is a good solution.
BTW. ILISP does not deal with indentation.
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