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From: Julien Signoles <julien.signoles@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] New Tuareg Mode
Hello Romain,

2010/7/20 Romain Bardou <Romain.Bardou@lri.fr>

> So I've updated my Debian a few weeks ago and it updated tuareg-mode. It's
> great to know that Tuareg is still maintained. I remembered seeing a thread
> here with some reproaches, about colors or something. Well I don't really
> care about colors, they have always been ugly anyway. However I do care
> about indentation and there was a modification that I don't really like. The
> following code:
>
> let f = function
>  | A ->
>      1
>  | B ->
>      2
>
> match x with
>  | A ->
>      1
>  | B ->
>      1
>
> is now indented like this:
>
> let f = function
>  | A ->
>    1
>  | B ->
>    2
>
> match x with
>  | A ->
>    1
>  | B ->
>    1
>
> I find it less readable. I don't care about indenting too much on the right
> : if the indentation is too large I can simply cut the code into several
> functions. Which is good practise anyway.
>
> Problem is, I can't find a way to configure Tuareg to indent
> pattern-matching the way it did before. I tried to change everything related
> to |, with, and -> with no success.
>

This issue is already reported and discussed on the Tuareg BTS at
ocamlforge, as well as some other issues :
https://forge.ocamlcore.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=659&group_id=43&atid=255
.

--
Julien