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bug#18985: 24.3; cperl-mode misindents hash keys that start with an auto


From: Stefan Kangas
Subject: bug#18985: 24.3; cperl-mode misindents hash keys that start with an auto-quoted keyword
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2019 22:04:03 +0200

address@hidden (Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason) writes:

> cperl-mode has a nasty bug in M-x indent-region, if you write this to a
> file:
>
>     my %x = (
>         for_me => "cookie",
>     );
>
> And indent it you end up with:
>
>     my %x = (
>      for _me => "cookie",
>     );
>
> Note the space between the "for" and "_me", the indenter falsely thought
> that "for" was a keyword and suffixed it with a space, changing the
> semantics of the code.
>
> The same issue happens with some other keywords, e.g. "if" and "until",
> but interestingly not "unless".

I can reproduce this on Emacs 26.2.

Best regards,
Stefan Kangas





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