[wingide-users] Flaky auto-indentStephen Boulet firstname.lastname@example.org
Tue, 9 Jul 2002 10:03:19 -0500
See comments within the replied text. > On Mon, 8 Jul 2002, Stephen Boulet wrote: > > My auto-indent is a bit wigged out. Here's my preferences file: > > > > proj.save-without-asking=true > > edit.print-paper='Letter' > > edit.personality='normal' > > debug.persist-console=true > > edit.tab-size=4 > > edit.indent-style='tabs-only' > > > > When I do: > > > > for i in range(10): > > > > > > the cursor is where the vertical bar is when I hit the > return key after the > > colon. > > > > I've noticed this happening all of a sudden in the middle > of an editing > > session, after which I can't get it to go back. > > > > It happened with the 1.14 build, then went away for a while > with the 1.15 > > update but appeared again. > > There are three possible causes of this: > > 1) The most likely cause is that there is some error in the > code at some > point in the file before the cursor This is a new file. The for loop is the first code. > 2) Another possible cause of this is if there is some text after the > cursor when you hit return (| is the cursor). For example > starting with: > > for i in range(10):|print i > > Hit return to get: > > for i in range(10): > |print i Doesn't work either; <return> just brings the print statement to the next line. > Wing doesn't auto-indent in this case because in general it's > better not > to. If this is the cause, hitting <tab> should however, > auto-indent to > the right place. > 3) Finally, it's possible that somehow the analysis engine is getting > confused about your code as you're editing it. We're not aware of any > such bug, but one way to test for this is to close and reopen > the file. > If that fixed it, there may be a bug in tracking edits. Did not fix. > If none of the above seems to reveal anything, try quitting > Wing, removing > the 'cache' directory from your profiles area (~/.wingide on Posix or > profiles/[username] inside the Wing installation area on Windows), and > then restarting Wing. This clears any possibly bad source > analysis data. > If it fixes a "broken" file so auto-indent works again, this > would also > indicate some sort of analysis bug. Executing a: rm -rf ~/.wingide/cache did not make a difference. Thanks for your suggestions though. -- Stephen > Hope that helps... let us know if not. > > Thanks, > > - Stephan
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