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bug#25030: 25.1; Unexpected indentation and syntax-highlighting in `emac
bug#25030: 25.1; Unexpected indentation and syntax-highlighting in `emacs-lisp-mode'
Tue, 20 Mar 2018 12:55:48 +0000
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.0.91 (windows-nt)
On Mon 19 Mar 2018, Noam Postavsky wrote:
> Drew Adams <address@hidden> writes:
>>> I disagree. The interpreter and byte compiler do not care about the
>>> indentation style that you choose for your code: the syntax and
>>> semantics are unaffected.
>>> Style choices should not produce warnings. An indication that code layout
>>> is following an unusual style may be useful, but it should be optional, and
>>> it should not use the warning face (it should have a separate face that can
>>> be customised independently of the warning face).
>> What Andy said. This has nothing to do with byte-compiling
>> (or interpreting, for that matter).
> I don't understand why you guys are all of a sudden talking about
The point is that the unusual code layout does not cause any problems for
elisp code, and it does not matter if the code is interpreted or
byte-compiled: the result is the same, namely that indentation style has
no effect on the meaning of the code.