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Re: Incorrect indentation after :name

From: Paul Pogonyshev
Subject: Re: Incorrect indentation after :name
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 19:09:06 +0300
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Drew Adams wrote:
>     I do check for a quote.  The check for `fboundp' is to try and
>     "correctly" indent things like
>            '(with-current-buffer buf
>               (do-something))
>     which occur sometimes in macros.
> I would rather have it treat lists as lists, regardless of whether the
> lists might represent programs (e.g. even in macros and arg to eval). So,
> to me, dumb checking for a quote or backquote would be good. IOW, I like
> the behavior given by Juanma's hook code using common-lisp-indent-function.
> But I can imagine people might feel differently about this.

I too think a dumb check is better.  Not because I like functions being
indented like lists, but because, as RMS noted, `fboundp' would give
inconsistent results depending on whether a function has been evaluated
or not.


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