Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1302808
vim wrong indentation for array of maps
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:16:09 EST
Description of problem:
I'm often dealing with YAML files. Unfortunately there is a rather annoying bug with auto indentation when doing an array of maps. This is a very common use case btw when writing ansible playbooks.
For example a file like (test.yaml):
- key11: val11
- key21: val21
If you try to type that you would see that while typing "key12:" and "key22", they will get indent decreased like:
- key11: val11
- key21: val21
And this is incorrect as far as I can tell. But I couldn't find how to alter that behavior. I'm not at all a vim expert and poked with vim-yaml pathogen bundle and /usr/share/vim/vim74/*/yaml.vim to no avail. So Any help appreciated.
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Found this one:
It makes indentation work fine when file is detected as ansible. I still think though we better also fix existing YAML syntax files.
Also It makes sense to include (and possibly maintain?) the above goody for working with ansible playbooks.
in fact `vim-ansible-yaml` is broken in different ways.. so fixing original syntax file will greatly help
I'll take a look.
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