can't use "S" in normal mode with haskell-mode

Michael Markert markert.michael at
Tue Mar 19 18:32:24 CET 2013

On Tue, Mar 19 2013 (18:13), Linus Arver <linusarver at> wrote: 
> So I guess haskell-mode-hook is responsible for this. I've looked at
> haskell-mode.el and it appears that this function is responsible:
>     (defun haskell-mode-suggest-indent-choice ()
>       "Ran when the user tries to indent in the buffer but no indentation mode has been selected.
>     Brings up the documentation for haskell-mode-hook."
>       (describe-variable 'haskell-mode-hook))

Yes, well the easy way is: Configure your haskell mode correctly and
turn on an indentation mode.

> Maybe evil-change-whole-line for "S" (and also "cc", as this triggers the
> same behavior) has some indenting code in it, which ends up triggering
> haskell-mode-suggest-indent-choice?

Actually not direct, but when it does when entering insert-state, this

    (add-hook haskell-mode-hook (lambda () (setq evil-auto-indent nil)))

should work around it.

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