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Re: Emacs CC Mode's auto-newline facility: INFORMAL SURVEY


From: William Hughes
Subject: Re: Emacs CC Mode's auto-newline facility: INFORMAL SURVEY
Date: 8 Apr 2005 13:31:24 -0700
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Alan Mackenzie wrote:
> [Followup-To: gnu.emacs.help.  Add your own group if you wish.]
>
> To all those who use (X)Emacs's CC Mode to edit C, C++, Java,
> Objective-C, Pike, AWK or IDL:
>
> To help direct the development of CC Mode, it would be useful to find
out
> how people use the auto-newline "minor mode" facility.  If you could
> spare a little time, would you answer these questions, please:
>
> o Do you program with auto-newline switched on (e.g. do you get NLs
>   inserted automatically after typing a `;' or `{')?

No

> o Did you configure this auto-newline setting yourself, and if not,
are
>   you happy with it?

No,  but I am happy enough with it
   (my configuration is largely base on one over a decade old,
    and I don't understand  most of it )

> o Are you aware of the key binding C-c C-a to toggle this mode on and
>   off?

No

> o How often do you use C-c C-a (or even C-c C-t) to toggle
auto-newline
>   mode?

Never

> o In which language(s) (C, C++, ....) do you program in (X)Emacs?
>

C

> Further pertinent comments are, of course, welcome.  Thanks in
advance
> for your time.
>
> --
> Alan Mackenzie (Munich, Germany)
> Email: address@hidden; to decode, wherever there is a repeated letter
> (like "aa"), remove half of them (leaving, say, "a").

                     - William Hughes



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