[TxMt] Lining up code automatically - perl mainly

Albert Vernon Smith avsmith at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 23:46:58 UTC 2007


I keep my Perl code formatted using the "Tidy" command.  I keep things
semi-aligned myself, and then do a "Tidy" (control-shift-H)
periodically.  Everything ends up very nicely formatted.


PS. I don't miss emacs for a second.

On Dec 6, 2007 10:35 PM, Simon Holroyd <holroyd at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've just started using TM, previously I used emacs. When I typed a perl
> line like:
> my $p = Base::Sub->new
>   (id     => 1234,
>    name => "test");
> I would only have to hit tab on each new line to move the cursor to below
> the appropriate place on the above line i.e. it auto formatted the code for
> me. TM doesn't seem to do this, which is annoying the hell out of me. Can
> someone help please?
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