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Running master from a month ago or so. When I split the argument list for a method over 2 lines, it will give me tabs up to the indentation point where the first statement started, then spaces over to where the opening bracket of the method is eg.
bookmark = context.CreateBookmark ("b1", callback, BookmarkOptions.NonBlocking
Also, if I convert those spaces to tabs, copy and paste the 2 lines, it will convert them back to spaces again.
So that example didn't take well to bugzilla, but it goes something like this
\t\tbookmark = CreateBookmark (param1, param2,
\t\t (spaces) param2, param 3);
That's like it should be.
On a different note, is this in-line with mono's coding guidelines as well?
I converted all those spaces to tabs in my project, would it be preferable to change them back to spaces before doing a pull request?
The problem is that if setting the tabs to a different size the parameters are not aligned anymore
but you've another option to do parameter formatting:
\t\tbookmark = CreateBookmark (
you need to line break after the opening (