Joel J. Adamson
jadamson at PARTNERS.ORG
Wed Apr 4 22:01:11 CEST 2007
I'm using XEmacs 21.4.19 (Constant Variable) on Slackware Linux 11.0.
I work most of the time in Stata and sometimes in R. When I'm writing
out a .do-file (a Stata script), if I put a comment on its own line,
the next line will automatically be indented 2 columns. I don't want
that to happen. I'm sure this is ESS code making this happen, since
it also happens in R mode.
I've looked through ess-mode.el and found a number of functions. I
would presume the best way to rectify this would be to put a
replacement function in my init.el:
(defun misbehaving-function ()
or whatever you would suggest. The biggest complication is that I
don't want to eradicate the desirable behavior. If there's a variable
I can set (ess-comment-indent-...), instead of replacing the function,
please let me know. That would be the simplest solution.
Joel J. Adamson
Pediatric Psychopharmacology Research Unit
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, MA 02114
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