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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Variable Reference >

comment-repeat-indentation-lines: preference variable

Default value: 2

Modes that provide language-sensitive indenting, such as C mode (for C, C++, Java, and EEL) and Perl mode, typically indent single-line comments (such as C++'s // comments) to the same indentation level as code. Sometimes in the midst of a block of indented code, you may wish to write a series of comment lines with some different indentation.

When Epsilon notices that the 2 previous lines are comment lines, its auto-indenter decides that a blank line that follows should be indented like them, and not as if the line will contain code. Set this variable to change the number of comment lines Epsilon checks for. Set it to zero to make Epsilon always indent blank lines based on language syntax rules.



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