Re: [gedit-list] GEdit 2.30 Auto Indentation Behaviour Change?
- From: Dan Saul <daniel saul gmail com>
- To: Jesse van den Kieboom <jessevdk gnome org>
- Cc: gedit-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [gedit-list] GEdit 2.30 Auto Indentation Behaviour Change?
- Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2010 05:22:27 -0500
Ah I see, Well I've downgraded gedit, gtksourceview2 (which is where the change seems to be made) and pygtksourceview2. I can only hope a configuration option arrives before I am forced to upgrade those packages. I love gedit but I don't want to have to fight it as DerekVeit says.
On Sat, Apr 3, 2010 at 6:53 AM, Jesse van den Kieboom <jessevdk gnome org>
On 03-04-10 08:27, Dan Saul wrote:
I am running GEdit 2.30 on ArchLinux, with "Enable automatic
indentation" enabled. Since the update, when i create a newline (#1) it
indents properly, however if I then create another newline (#2), the
preceding line (#1) does not have any indentation at all. The side
effect of this is that when I go up to that line I have to re-indent it
There has indeed been an intentional change in this behavior. This new
behavior is more consistent with other editors, and also makes more
sense because you avoid trailing whitespaces in files.
Is there any workaround to restore the previous behaviour?
At this moment there is no workaround to disable this (other than
disabling autoindent altogether, but that's not really a workaround)
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