disabling all forms of autoindentation in cygwin's vim
Thu Sep 25 07:39:00 GMT 2003
On Thu, Sep 25, 2003 at 11:49:07AM +0800, Carlo Florendo wrote:
> The cygwin version of vim, when installed, works well. However,
> autoindentation is forced on the user by default. I've mailed the vim
> mailing list and asked about this. Vim's creator answered and said that
> autoindentation is disabled by default.
> Why is autoindentation enabled by default in cygwin's vim?
It isn't. I don't know what's wrong on your machine but autoindent
is not enabled by default in Cygwin vim. The Cygwin install is not
different from the (non-GUI) vim installation on any other machine.
I'm sorry but there's apparently something wrong on your machine.
Do you have another version of vim installed as well? Perhaps a
native Windows version? Do you have another vimrc file which is
used by that version and which is accidentally opened by Cygwin
vim as well?
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