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Subversion developer cindent options

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If you are a Subversion developer, you will want Vim to indent according to subversion source code conventions.

Use these commands to setup full svn coding style:

set ts=4 sw=4 expandtab tw=80 fo=tcroq cindent
set isk=a-z,A-Z,48-57,_,.,-,>
set cino=>1s,e0,n-2,f0,{.5s,}0,^-.5s,=.5s,t0,+1s,c3,(0,u0,\ 0

Or, alternatively, this simpler setup might suit you; it only adjusts the indenting when braces or control flow statements are involved:

set noai cin cino={2,>4,n-2

Conformant indenting style for Subversion source looks like this:

  if (maybe == yes)

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