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Easier Commenting of Code in Epsilon 10

Epsilon makes it easier to write and maintain the comments in your code. We extended the functionality of fill-paragraph to work with comments. So now you can type Alt-Q to rearrange the line breaks in your comments to make them pretty. The command in C mode analyzes the comment to determine the comment style, and maintains it during comment filling, even if the number of lines changes.

If you provide a numeric prefix argument to Alt-Q, say by typing Alt-2 Alt-Q, it rejustifies using the current column as the right margin.

Similarly, auto-fill mode works within comments, and is enabled by default. See Commenting Commands for details.

These commenting features work with the C-like languages and Perl.



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