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bug#14448: Wrong indentation in comment lines for F90 mode?

From: Angelo Graziosi
Subject: bug#14448: Wrong indentation in comment lines for F90 mode?
Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 22:00:13 +0200
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Il 23/05/2013 19.04, Glenn Morris ha scritto:
Angelo Graziosi wrote:

Start Emacs with

$ emacs -Q &

then "C-x C-f foo.f90". Now type "!" to start a comment line and then
type M-j to produce other comment lines. The result is as follow:


You reported this before.

As I said then:

   I don't understand what comment-indent-new-line is supposed to do, nor
   which variables modes should set to make it work correctly.

Oh, sorry for the noise then... :(

Any way, all my observations I did in that thread are still alive...

Stefan, have you some comment? In that thread you wrote:

comment-indent-new-line is written with a "traditional" free text style
of languages and comments, so I'm not surprised it doesn't work 100%

F90 is a "free text style of languages and comments" like C++, so one doesn't understand why its comments behaves differently...

right under languages such as Fortran.
It's a nasty function, but I've spent a fair bit of time in it (years
ago), so I should be able to track down the problem.

(WoW! I didn't remember that... :-) )


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