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bug#4743: fundamental mode not sufficiently fundamental yet

From: Harald Dunkel
Subject: bug#4743: fundamental mode not sufficiently fundamental yet
Date: Sat, 17 Oct 2009 10:52:24 +0200
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Hi folks,

If I press [tab] in fundamental mode, then emacs doesn't jump to the
next tab, but to the position of the next non-space char of the
previous line. Sometimes this is really annoying.

According to the documentation this cannot be switched off:

"The least specialized major mode is called "Fundamental mode".  This
mode has no mode-specific redefinitions or variable settings, so that
each Emacs command behaves in its most general manner, and each option
is in its default state."

Would it be possible to introduce some kind of "raw fundamental mode",
telling Emacs to not look at the indentation on other lines?



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