D22276: Add an action to insert a non-indented newline
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Thu Jul 4 17:21:37 BST 2019
ahmadsamir created this revision.
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Currently pressing Enter to insert a new line, KTextEditor will,
in most cases, indent the new line with the same indentation as
the previous line, which makes sense when writing code. But there
is a viable use case where a user may want to insert a new line to
separate blocks of code that have different context/functionality
inside a function, in that case that line should be non-indented,
having trailing spaces on an empty line isn't good, IMHO.
The new action can be triggered with Ctrl+Enter. And the current
default behaviour is preserved.
- Open a file with some C++ code, put the cursor at the end of an indented line, and press Enter to insert a new line
- Note that the new line is indented
- Repeat the first step, but press Ctrl+Enter; the newly inserted line has no indentation
regular-newline (branched from master)
To: ahmadsamir, #ktexteditor, cullmann, dhaumann
Cc: kde-frameworks-devel, kwrite-devel, LeGast00n, domson, michaelh, ngraham, bruns, demsking, cullmann, sars, dhaumann
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