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# Excellent utility - Thanks!
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* Minor issue: Using a visual select to reformat ... SuperShellIndent will indent the closing EOF of an "<<EOF" which throws off syntax highlighting for the rest of the shell script (and causes other side-effects). This is more of an annoyance once figure out why.

Latest revision as of 18:32, March 7, 2014

Use this page to discuss script 1215 Super Shell Indent: improved indentation for shell scripts

  • Add constructive comments, bug reports, or discuss improvements (see the guideline).
  • Do not document the script here (the author should do that on vim.org).
  • This page may be out of date: check the script's vim.org page above, and its release notes.

InstructionsEdit

Some instructions for this script state: "Place in ~/.vim/indent/ and let 'er rip!"

This may be cryptic to some users. To elaborate a bit:

The script specifically redefines "indentexpr" to be a new function "SuperShIndent()".

After the script is in that directory, when you are running Vim you can ":source ~/.vim/indent/sh.vim" to cause the redefinition. Thereafter, any time you use indentexpr, you will be using the new function.

To learn about indentexpr, run Vim and execute ":help indentexpr". --January 6, 2012

CommentsEdit

  1. Excellent utility - Thanks!
  • Minor issue: Using a visual select to reformat ... SuperShellIndent will indent the closing EOF of an "<<EOF" which throws off syntax highlighting for the rest of the shell script (and causes other side-effects). This is more of an annoyance once figure out why.

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