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Issue with bash new syntax.

From: Ergus
Subject: Issue with bash new syntax.
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2021 15:17:06 +0100


I am observing some issues with the indentation of the modern for loop
syntax in bash:

for ((it=0; it<${limit}; ++it)) {
                echo "whatever $it"

The question-issue comes in two parts.

Question: How can I configure to remove the extra indentation before `{`?
  In cc-mode there is a procedure, a bit cumbersome, but working. But
  sh-mode does not have such a thing.

  When this loop is nested inside an if or another for loop the
  closing indentation seems to be broken

for dim in ${dims[@]}; do
        for bs in ${blocksizes[@]}; do
                if [ something ]; then
for ((it=0; it<${ARGS[R]}; ++it)) {
-->                             else
-->                     fi
-->                     done
-->                     done

Should I report a bug for this?

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