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(perl-mode) bad indentation if no trailing comma in nested hashes

From: Jérôme Marant
Subject: (perl-mode) bad indentation if no trailing comma in nested hashes
Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2005 22:34:08 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.1007 (Gnus v5.10.7) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)


Could you please followup every bug report once they are fixed in order
for me to tag them as fixed. TIA.




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Package: emacs20
Version: 20.3-11
Severity: normal

I have a hash starting with the following lines:

%LCDkmaps = (
             'i386' => {
                 'qwerty' => {
                     'US' => { 
                         'Standard' => 'us',
                         'With latin1' => 'us-latin1',
                     'UK' => 'uk',
             'sparc' => {
                 'T5' => {

If I omit the trailing comma after 'us-latin1', then the 'UK' lines
erroneously gets extra indentation.

Note this is not systematic: if I omit the one following value for
'qwerty', then the 'sparc' lines still gets correct indentation.

-- System Information
Debian Release: potato
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux bylbo 2.2.12 #1 Sun Sep 12 22:27:06 CEST 1999 i586

Versions of packages emacs20 depends on:
ii  emacsen-common                1.4.9      Common facilities for all emacsen.
ii  libc6                         2.1.2-5    GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  liblockfile1                  1.01       Shared library with NFS-safe locki
ii  libncurses4                   4.2-3.4    Shared libraries for terminal hand
ii  xlib6g                        3.3.5-1    shared libraries required by X cli

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This bug, presuming it is a bug, has been around since at least Emacs
version 20.3.  

Given a hash like this one when in perl-mode:

  %LCDkmaps = (
               'i386' => {
                   'qwerty' => {
                       'US' => { 
                           'Standard' => 'us',
                           'With latin1' => 'us-latin1',
                       'UK' => 'uk',
               'sparc' => {
                   'T5' => {

Emacs will over-indent the 'UK' line if you leave out the comma after
'us-latin1'.  (Although Emacs won't over-indent if you leave out the
comma after the 'qwerty' block'.)  Presuming I didn't make any
mistakes, this appears to be repeatable in the current version of
Emacs 21, and in CVS as of Sunday.

(If you can, please maintain the cc to the bug tracker in any followup
messages.  Thanks)


Jérôme Marant

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