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@dpsutton Oh, no, it’s not C-territory at all. And it’s not really a lot of work - just a convention so strong that no one ever considered making this customizable. It’s trivial to make the behaviour configurable in lisp-mode, but I doubt anyone would approve such a change, that’s why I mentioned it’d be best at some point to just stop deriving this from it if we want to make it more flexible. And yeah - I appreciate a lot that Colin took some time to make this configurable in Cursive. If I had more time I’d certainly do the same for clojure-mode.


oh apologies. I thought I had traced that one down before


No worries. I know how messy all of this is.