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RE: first-class support for csharp in cc-mode.el

From: dino chiesa
Subject: RE: first-class support for csharp in cc-mode.el
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2009 19:18:47 -0800

C# has #region/#endregion,  #if/#else/#endif,  #define/#undef, and #pragma. 
Using the csharp-mode.el v0.7.0, indenting for all of those was broken. 
Using the updated csharp-mode.el 0.7.1, indenting of those things works just 
fine.  And, you have your choice to align #if/#else/#endif and 
#region/#endregion with either the 0'th column or to indent it to the current 
code scope.  #pragma and #define/#undef always go to the 0'th column. 
The mode is pretty good now. There were some other problems that I clean up 
too.  The one big remaining sticky point is verbatim literal strings, which is 
kind of tricky. 

> From: address@hidden
> Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 04:08:21 +0100
> Subject: Re: first-class support for csharp in cc-mode.el
> To: address@hidden
> CC: address@hidden; address@hidden; address@hidden; address@hidden
> 2009/12/31 Miles Bader :
>> Incidentally the thing about C# which annoyed me (using java-mode to try
>> and indent C# code) were all the "annotation" things (which start with
>> "#"), which I _gather_ are supposed to be at the left margin, but
>> generally cause following indentation to be all messed up.
>> -Miles
>> --
>> Liberty, n. One of imagination's most precious possessions.
> Actually, Visual Studio 2008 indents #region and #endregion to the
> same level as the code, whereas I think other "preprocessor"
> instructions are at the left margin. (But I haven't seen any such
> things in C#, ever.)
> --
> Deniz Dogan                                     
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