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Re: Indent and CSS


From: Adam Hardy
Subject: Re: Indent and CSS
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2003 12:28:46 +0100
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On 12/17/2003 09:36 PM Kai Grossjohann wrote:
digits <address@hidden> writes:


I'm all fresh on Emacs, I have now tried to get Emacs to intent in CSS
files all day and I can't get it to work.


Did you look for a css Emacs mode?  www.emacswiki.org might be a good
starting point, as might be the Emacs Lisp List.


This is what I want:
body {
<tab>font-size: 10px;
}

h1 {
<tab>font-weight: bold;
}


If you have a css mode, then you need to tell it to use an indentation
step of N and you also need to set tab-width to the same N.  (Usually,
the indentation step is 2 or 4 but tab-width is 8 by default.)  And
you need to set indent-tabs-mode to t, but that's the default.


I know that I can get return-and-indent with C-j, but I would like to
have it bound to RET when on a line with { as last char.


Isn't it enough to always have RET do like C-j?  Why do you want RET
to behave differently if the last char is something else?

(require 'css-mode)
(define-key css-mode-map (kbd "RET") 'newline-and-indent)

Maybe you need to change css-mode and css-mode-map, depending on the
actual css mode that you are using.

one css mode:

http://camalott.com/~jtpolk/emacs.html

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