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editorconfig: set emacs mode

Some time ago, I proposed to use an (eval) in .dir-locals.el to set
the mode for all json files and Makefile. Unfortunately, this isn't
safe, and emacs will prompt the user, which isn't very friendly.

Fortunately, editorconfig provides a special config key which does
allow to set the emacs mode. Add a few missing entries and set the
emacs mode.

Update top comment to provide a short summary about the file and the
IDE plugins while at it.

Signed-off-by: Marc-André Lureau <marcandre.lureau@redhat.com>
Acked-by: Markus Armbruster <armbru@redhat.com>
tags/v3.1.0-rc0
Marc-André Lureau 9 months ago
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-# http://editorconfig.org
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+# EditorConfig is a file format and collection of text editor plugins
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+# for maintaining consistent coding styles between different editors
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+# and IDEs. Most popular editors support this either natively or via
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+# plugin.
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+#
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+# Check https://editorconfig.org for details.
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+
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 root = true
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 [*]
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 insert_final_newline = true
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 charset = utf-8
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+[*.mak]
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+indent_style = tab
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+indent_size = 8
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+file_type_emacs = makefile
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 [Makefile*]
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 indent_style = tab
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 indent_size = 8
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+file_type_emacs = makefile
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 [*.{c,h}]
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 indent_style = space
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 indent_size = 4
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+[*.{vert,frag}]
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+file_type_emacs = glsl
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+[*.json]
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+indent_style = space
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+file_type_emacs = python

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