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Old 11-23-2004, 06:00 AM   #1
s_siouris
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vim and fortran smart-indenting


Hello to all, this is my first post and I am sure it won't be the last ;-)

I have a problem with vim that I cannot figure out (currently using fedora core 3). Vim is very good in smart indenting when writing c code, but when I open a fortran file, there is no smart indenting.
Q1. Is autocmd enabled when vim is installed from the FC3 rpm's? I have read from the help files and .vimrc that for smart indenting autocmd has to be enabled during compile.
Q2. If so, how do I import the fortran.vim indenting file to vim so that I could enabke fortran smart indenting?

If autocmd is not enabled in compile-time, could you please show me what do I need to change other than uncommenting the #define FEATURE_LARGE (or something like that) in feature.h?

Thanks a lot
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