# [racket] Tiny question: Indent `for/fold'

I consider this a bug in DrRacket, but haven't had time to look into it.
Robby
On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 3:27 PM, Greg Hendershott
<greghendershott at gmail.com> wrote:
>* A tiny, not very important question:
*>*
*>* 1. for/fold documentation:
*>*
*>* (for/fold ([sum 0]
*>* [rev-roots null])
*>* ([i '(1 2 3 4)])
*>* (values (+ sum i) (cons (sqrt i) rev-roots)))
*>*
*>* 2. emacs default indent:
*>*
*>* (for/fold ([sum 0]
*>* [rev-roots null])
*>* ([i '(1 2 3 4)])
*>* (values (+ sum i) (cons (sqrt i) rev-roots)))
*>*
*>* 3. DrRacket default indent:
*>*
*>* (for/fold ([sum 0]
*>* [rev-roots null])
*>* ([i '(1 2 3 4)])
*>* (values (+ sum i) (cons (sqrt i) rev-roots)))
*>*
*>* I prefer 1. I don't hate 2 but sometimes wonder if I should hand
*>* indent it to 1, or, if is there some magic N for "(put 'for/fold
*>* 'scheme-indent-function N)" in emacs that I haven't discovered yet.
*>*
*>* I'm curious what other people do? (I suppose "not care" is one valid choice?)
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