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This directory contains files to automatically compute the indent for atype of file.If you want to add your own indent file for your personal use, read the docsat ":help indent-expression". Looking at the existing files should give youinspiration.If you make a new indent file which would be useful for others, please send itto Bram@vim.org. Include instructions for detecting the file type for thislanguage, by file name extension or by checking a few lines in the file.And please stick to the rules below.If you have remarks about an existing file, send them to the maintainer ofthat file. Only when you get no response send a message to Bram@vim.org.If you are the maintainer of an indent file and make improvements, e-mail thenew version to Bram@vim.org.Rules for making an indent file:You should use this check for "b:did_indent": " Only load this indent file when no other was loaded yet. if exists("b:did_indent") finish endif let b:did_indent = 1Always use ":setlocal" to set 'indentexpr'. This avoids it being carried overto other buffers.To trigger the indenting after typing a word like "endif", add the word to the'cinkeys' option with "+=".You normally set 'indentexpr' to evaluate a function and then define thatfunction. That function only needs to be defined once for as long as Vim isrunning. Add a test if the function exists and use ":finish", like this: if exists("*GetMyIndent") finish endifThe user may have several options set unlike you, try to write the file suchthat it works with any option settings. Also be aware of certain features notbeing compiled in.