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By default, Emacs inserts tabs in place of multiple spaces when it
formats a region. (For example, you might indent many lines of text
all at once with the
indent-region command.) Tabs look fine on
a terminal or with ordinary printing, but they produce badly indented
output when you use TeX or Texinfo since TeX ignores tabs.
The following turns off Indent Tabs mode:
;;; Prevent Extraneous Tabs (setq-default indent-tabs-mode nil)
Note that this line uses
setq-default rather than the
setq command that we have seen before. The
command sets values only in buffers that do not have their own local
values for the variable.
See section `Tabs vs. Spaces' in The GNU Emacs Manual.
See section `Local Variables in Files' in The GNU Emacs Manual.
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