On 4/18/05, Carlo E. Prelz <fluido / fluido.as> wrote:
>         Subject: Re: emacs ruby-mode statement modifier indent problem?
>         Date: mar, apr 19, 2005 at 05:43:41 +0900
> 
> Quoting Brian Schröäer (ruby.brian / gmail.com):
> 
> > Hello Mike. The same has happened to me, and it even seems that this
> > is not the only case where indentation is broken. I hope there will be
> > a fix soon, because I have no time to investigate even which part of
> > the system is broken. Good news that I'm not alone ;-/
> 
> I add that indentation is broken with slashes and percentages. With
> slashes, indentation is perfect if slashes are doubled (//) (but then,
> obviously, the program does not work). In some cases, indentation is
> wrong, and in others no indentation takes place at all after a slash.
> 
> I have taken up ruby only in the past few weeks, and I reached the
> conclusion that a) no ruby coder used emacs, or b) there was an arcane
> intelligent way to perform divisions that did not make use of the
> slash (actually, I used >>1 to divide integers by two a handful of
> times)
> 
> I thought about trying to find out why this is happening, but regexps
> plus emacs lisp is a mind-altering mix for me!
> 
> Carlo

In fact I think there are enough emacs users, as far as I know even
matz programs in emacs. So normally ruby support was very good. Only
that for some time now it is broken. (And I even didn't help with a
bugreport because I was on holidays in italy).

best regards,

Brian

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Brian Schröäer
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