Scala considering significant indentation like Python
On Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 2:14:15 AM UTC+5:30, Ben Finney wrote:
> Grant Edwards grant.b.edwards writes:
> > On 2017-05-23, Michael Torrie wrote:
> > > Sometimes things get longer than a page (like a class definition).
> > A nice folding mode works nicely for that sort of thing. I normally
> > use emacs, but it doesn't seem to have a folding mode built-in, and
> > the add-on one's I've tried didn't seem to work in a very useful way.
> The ?set-selective-display? command will collapse the current buffer's
> text to lines indented to the specified number of columns; the same
> command with no argument will expand the buffer to normal again. The
> command is bound to ?C-x $? in default Emacs.
I would have thought hideshow minor mode is what is desired??
Which however happens to have rather ridiculous keybindings
If you like org-mode style TAB and Shift-TAB here's a hack ? barely tried out!!
;; Add to your init
;; To get Tab and Shift-Tab to behave as in org-mode
(defvar rusi/hs-hide nil "Current state of hideshow for toggling all.")
(defun rusi/hs-toggle-all () "Toggle hideshow all."
(setq rusi/hs-hide (not rusi/hs-hide))
(define-key hs-minor-mode-map (kbd "<backtab>") 'rusi/hs-toggle-all)
(define-key hs-minor-mode-map (kbd "<tab>") 'hs-toggle-hiding)))
(add-hook 'python-mode-hook 'hs-minor-mode)
(add-hook 'c-mode-hook 'hs-minor-mode)
(add-hook 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook 'hs-minor-mode)