Good Haskell Style
simonmarhaskell at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 06:10:22 EDT 2007
Thomas Schilling wrote:
> On 2 aug 2007, at 09.50, Simon Peyton-Jones wrote:
>> Is there an emacs mode or Lisp-blob that lets you use TAB to go to the
>> next n-col boundary, but expands the jump into spaces.
>> In emacs modes, TAB usually does all sorts of other snazzy things
>> concerning layout, which I don't want. I just want something that
>> behaves like old-fashioned TAB, but generates a file with spaces.
> This should work:
> ;; tabs are evil, always use spaces instead
> (setq indent-tabs-mode nil)
> ;; in your haskell-mode-hook:
> (define-key haskell-mode-map [tab] 'indent-for-tab-command)
While we're on emacs... I know I can colour trailing whitespace
differently, but that's just annoying. What I want is: on lines that I
edit, remove the trailing whitespace (and if I undo the edit, put the
whitespace back too). Is there something that does that? I couldn't find it.
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