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perl-align-contin-lines: preference variable

Default value: 48

By default, the Perl indenter tries to align continuation lines under parentheses and other syntactic items on prior lines. If Epsilon can't find anything on prior lines to align with, or if aligning the continuation line would make it start past column perl-align-contin-lines, Epsilon uses a fixed indentation: two levels more than the original line, plus the value of the variable perl-contin-offset (normally zero).

Set this variable to zero if you don't want Epsilon to ever try to align continuation lines under syntactic features in previous lines. If zero, Epsilon indents continuation lines by one level (normally one tab stop), plus the value of the variable perl-contin-offset (which may be negative).

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