Didier Verna <verna(a)inf.enst.fr> wrote:
> Colin Rafferty writes:
> Colin> (global-set-key [(return)] 'newline-and-indent)
> Oaow ...
> But sometimes, you _don't_ want to indent. In C, for instance, you
> might want to make a few blank lines before the next line of code. And you
> don't want them to be indented because otherwise, Martin is going to send a
> mega-patch to correct this ;-)
FWIW, in cc-mode on my system, repeatedly pressing return (which of
course *is* bound to 'newline-and-indent) actually "indents" (as in
"inserts tabs/spaces") only the last of a succession of blank lines.
> Making people oblidged to use C-j instead of Return to simply go to
> the next line is too much to ask, I think.
OTOH, it may be said that making people use Ret *plus* Tab simply to
do what 'newline-and-indent does is too much to ask :)