Smart indentation?

Asked by Amr Hassan on 2011-02-20

I am absolutely loving scribes :)
I'm just wondering about a smart indentation feature that I'm used to in other text editors, like auto-inserting an indentation character in the new line after a "{" and putting the "}" back one level backwards. Also after the ":" for python files, and so on with the equivalent in every file format. Does that exist or should I file a bug asking for it? :)

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Mystilleef (mystilleef) said : #1

It does that already for {} and for Python. What version are you using (scribes -i)?

Amr Hassan (amr-hassan) said : #2

The ":" works in python, but the curly brace doesn't work in C, C++,
or in bash files.

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Mystilleef (mystilleef) said : #3

Install the latest release (build 849).

It should work.

Amr Hassan (amr-hassan) said : #4

This is awesome. It works just like I wanted it. Thanks :)

Mystilleef (mystilleef) said : #5

Your welcome. Thanks for the feedback.