|Subject:||Re: Formatting code text|
|Date:||Sat, 18 Nov 2006 07:37:14 -0600|
On Nov 18, 2006, at 3:42 AM, une wrote:
Sounds like you are talking about Meta-Control-Q (in C++ mode but probably in Java mode as well).
Use it when you are sitting on top of, for example, an open curly brace for a function. Emacs will then reformat the whole function.
I would also suggest doing "apropos" (usually hooked to Control-H a) c-indent
There is a whole bunch of ways to do it. I find some of them work better than others (at least in older emacs versions)
Just in case you don't know... If you find a function that you like and want to see if it is connected to a key, do C-h, w. You will be prompted for the function in the mini-buffer. When you complete it and hit return, it will tell you all the places you can get to that function.
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