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bug#7659: emacs - c mode tab space different between windows and linux

From: Anoj Perera
Subject: bug#7659: emacs - c mode tab space different between windows and linux
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2010 11:30:41 +0000

Ok thanks, I will try that out.


On 17 Dec 2010, at 11:01, Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> wrote:

>> From: Anoj Perera <address@hidden>
>> Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2010 09:59:37 +0000
>> Hi many thanks for your reply. Haven't tried the -Q option (without
>> loading the .emacs file?).
> Please do.  I think you will discover that the display on Ubuntu will
> then look exactly like that on Windows.
> And please keep address@hidden on the list of addressees, so
> this whole discussion gets recorded in the history of your bug report.
>> I've attached a source file coded with
>> emacs in linux (Ubuntu 10.04) and a screenshot same file viewed in
>> emacs in Windows. You can note the diference, function name and
>> arguments are indented little too much.
> I see your file exactly like in the screenshot, both on Windows and on
> GNU/Linux.  So I think you have some site init file on Ubuntu that
> sets certain options related to C indentation.  "emacs -Q" will bypass
> the customizations on that file, so you will know this for sure.
> If this is indeed the case, you should look at your site init file,
> and do the same on Windows.
>> I am guessing this is a character encoding issue.
> No, character encoding doesn't (and cannot) have anything with
> indentation.  It's just that (if my guess is right) on Ubuntu you have
> some customizations that you need to have on your Windows .emacs, and
> then you will see the same display.

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