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tex.vim : Indent file for TeX

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Johannes Tanzler
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This is an indent file for LaTeX.

It emulates Emacs' way of indenting item-environments, i.e., continuation lines of '\item', '\item[]', and '\bibitem' will be indented separately.

NOTE: I searched for an indent file for TeX and didn't found one -- so I wrote this script. Right now I've noticed that Johannes Zellner has already created an indent file for TeX (you can find his version at http://www.zellner.org/vim/indent/tex.vim). I think that's the official version.
Nevertheless, since his version doesn't indent \items the way I want them to be, I decided to release my version, too. Try both of them, use the one you like most.
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Copy the file to your ~/.vim/indent/ directory

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
tex.vim 0.5 2011-09-09 7.0 Johannes Tanzler 2005/06/15, Moshe Kaminsky <kaminsky@math.huji.ac.il>
(*) New variables: g:tex_items, g:tex_itemize_env, g:tex_noindent_env

2011/3/6, by Zhou Yi Chao <broken.zhou@gmail.com>
(*) Don't change indentation of lines starting with '%'
(*) New features: Add smartindent-like indent for "{}" and  "[]".
(*) New variables: g:tex_indent_brace

+ License
tex.vim 0.4 2005-06-14 6.0 Johannes Tanzler New variables: g:tex_items, g:tex_itemize_env, g:tex_noindent_env (Moshe Kaminsky)
tex-indent-0.02.vim 0.02 2002-02-18 6.0 Johannes Tanzler Better support for the option, uses some regex instead of several '||'. (Thanks to Luc Hermitte!)
tex.vim 0.01 2002-02-16 6.0 Johannes Tanzler Initial upload
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