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Feb
20
comment Tidy command that only fixes indent
Because it's generally frowned upon at my company to use tools that require sending code externally (in this case it shouldn't be an issue but I'm trying to follow the rules).
Feb
20
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Feb
20
comment Tidy command that only fixes indent
Or for another tool I can use that will accomplish this if tidy insists on doing too much.
Feb
20
comment Tidy command that only fixes indent
Tidy has a TON of options, and I'm having trouble telling what I need to change. Thus my question. I'm looking for a way to turn everything off except indentation.
Feb
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asked Tidy command that only fixes indent
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Jul
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comment Prevent Vim from reformatting my line when I go to a new one
My vimrc is rather complicated as I'm pulling in a number of other files (place I work provides a lot of stuff to automatically match style and such, though it doesn't seem to be doing so for html files). It's not really feasible to post everything it's triggering.
Jul
12
comment Prevent Vim from reformatting my line when I go to a new one
formatoptions=tcq Last set from /usr/share/vim/vim73/ftplugin.vim
Jul
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asked Prevent Vim from reformatting my line when I go to a new one
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Mar
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comment Solved — Hide dot and dotdot (“./”, “../”) directories in NERDTree gVim
./ is the current directory. ../ is the previous one. These have always worked in windows (though it would usually be .\ and ..). Not sure why NERDTree would be showing them, but they're nothing new at the OS level.
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