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Re: Indentation of constants in LISP

From: Stuart D. Herring
Subject: Re: Indentation of constants in LISP
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 10:04:46 -0800 (PST)
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> This is not a problem at all, because in this case this old situation is
> also a problem:
> (prog2
>     x
>     y
>   z)

How is this a problem?  `prog2' is supposed to indent its first two
arguments specially:

Symbol prog2's plist is
 (lisp-indent-function 2)

>>     (foo :a b :c d
>>               :e f)
> This is OK.

Er, what?  Just because two constant-value pairs fit on one line, I don't
follow that we should align everything that follows to the latter.


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