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bug#34029: 26.1; ada-mode 6.0.0 and multi-line trailing comments

From: Ludovic Brenta
Subject: bug#34029: 26.1; ada-mode 6.0.0 and multi-line trailing comments
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 14:19:11 +0100

Package: Emacs
Version: 26.1
X-Debbugs-CC: address@hidden
Severity: minor


When reindenting the code below, ada-mode indents the line marked
[WRONG], aligning its comment delimiter is aligned under that of the
preceding line.  It is my understanding that possibly "this is a
feature, not a bug" and that inserting a blank line after the
"warning" line corrects the probkel but we'd like to have an option
to disable this behavior; we have a very large code base and mass-
reindentation can break some carefully-formatted comments without
the developer noticing.

As an additional bad side-effect, comments like [WRONG] below can
easily exceed the line length limit in our coding standard.

Thanks for considering.

procedure Foo is
  Call_This_Other_Procedure (Bar, Baz); -- warning: finalizes Baz
-- [WRONG] The reason why we need to call this procedure as the first step is because...
end Foo;

Ludovic Brenta.

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