Since I don't like code in nested modules to be indented so deeply, I 
tend to do this:

  module Foo; module Bar; module Baz; end end end

  module Foo::Bar::Baz
    ... # only 1 level indented
  end

I was wondering how people that prefer

  module Foo
    module Bar
      module Baz
        ...
      end
    end
  end

write their code, especially with auto-indenting editor, like emacs + 
ruby-mode. Do you just let the editor indent it deeply or do you resist 
the indentation and reverse what the editor does for you? Or, do you 
tend to avoid nested modules because of this?

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dave