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reindent-after-c-yank: preference variable

Default value: 10000

When you yank text into a buffer in C mode, Epsilon automatically reindents it. This is similar to the "smart paste" feature in some other editors. Epsilon won't automatically reindent very large blocks of text. This variable specifies the size in characters of the largest block that should automatically be reindented. Set it to 0 to disable automatic reindent in C mode, or -1 to reindent all text yanked in C mode.

Also see the variables reindent-c-comments and reindent-one-line-c-comments.

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