switching of auto-indenting in Kate

Wolfgang Jeltsch fmp0d6sw at acme.softbase.org
Mon Feb 15 20:35:50 GMT 2010


I always enjoyed Kate—until auto-indenting was introduced. When I edit Haskell 
source code, Kate reindents the current line everytime I hit the space key. 
Some indentation decisions are not according to my taste, others are 
completely wrong. It suffices to enter an additional empty line to totally 
confuse the auto-indenter. Working around this is very cumbersome.

So I’d like to know how I can switch off auto-indenting completely. “Editing → 
Indentation → Default indentation mode” is already set to “None”, but this 
doesn’t prevent Kate from enforcing its ideas of correct Haskell indentation 
upon me. :-( 

Best wishes,
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