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Re: Remove all indentation - how to?

From: Garry
Subject: Re: Remove all indentation - how to?
Date: Sun, 09 Feb 2003 22:01:21 +0000
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Tim X wrote:
>>>>>>"Garry" == Garry  <> writes:
>  Garry> Piet van Oostrum wrote:
>  >>>>>>> Garry <> (G) wrote:
>  >>>>>>
>  >>
>  G> Did it but to no avail. For example, if I press RET at the end of
>  G> a line of HTML which began with an indented <td> Emacs
>  G> automatically begins the next line beneath the previous tag. I
>  G> don't want this.
>  >>
>  >> (local-set-key "\C-m" 'newline) in the html-mode that you use.
>  Garry> I appended this to my html-helper-mode.el but Emacs still
>  Garry> indents beneath the preceding tag.
> I think you need to put the local-set-key in a load hook for
> html-helper.el, not in html-helper.el itself. You want this value set
> locally for buffers in html-helper-mode. Try something like
> (add-hook 'html-helper-mode-hook (lambda ()
>                                     (local-set-key "\C-m" 'newline)))
> The objective of this above load hook is to change the definition of
> RETURN from newline-and-indent to newline. Once you have added this
> hook and start a new html file using html-helper-mode (not an existing
> html-helper-mode buffer as the load hook only runs when the mode is
> loaded), try C-h k <return> to see what is bound to the return key -
> it should be just the function newline, not newline-and-indent..
> If it is bound to just newline and you still find your code indenting
> to the same level as the previous line etc - then its probably due to
> one of the fill modes which you may also need to disable.
> Tim

Tim, you're a genius. Now I can grow my hair back :-)


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