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Re: Fortran/t mode -- what is it?

From: George Nurser
Subject: Re: Fortran/t mode -- what is it?
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 12:04:30 +0100

On 13/06/07, Glenn Morris <address@hidden> wrote:
"George Nurser" wrote:

> I've been editing a certain fortran file with emacs, and it has put
> the code into something called (Fortran/t ) mode. In this mode certain
> commans, such as C-M-j behave rather strangely.

The file has some tab characters in the first 100 lines, which has
caused fortran.el to assume it is in "tab format", which is a fortran
variety with some special formatting rules.

> What is this mode for, and how do I go back into straight Fortran
> mode if I so wish?

Set indent-tabs-mode to nil in that file. Or set fortran-analyze-depth
to 0 if you don't want this feature.

Thanks. This solved the 'problem'.


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