On Wed, May 18 2022, David Bremner wrote:

> Jose A Ortega Ruiz <j...@gnu.org> writes:
>> On Tue, May 17 2022, Tomi Ollila wrote:
>> [...]
>>> To me it looks like some lines are indented with tabs and some spaces
>>> (noticed as indentation looked weird to me and then started moving cursor
>>> at the beginning of line -- there is probably a way to highlight tabs in
>>> notmuch show buffer but...)
>> oh, i've got that highlight on, and i see spaces and tabs mixed all over
>> the place, so i didn't pay attention: i have emacs configured to indent
>> using spaces, am i supposed to use tabs for notmuch elisp? or just not
>> mix the two in the same block?
> If you run "devel/check-notmuch-commit" (or the embedded emacs command)
> it will "do the right thing" for indenting elisp. Basically however
> emacs -Q does it.

Ah, thanks.  I did that now in a new version of the patch.  Hopefully i
got it right this time.  I also refactored out a separate function, as
discussed with Tomi.

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