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It seems as though , , and mean the same thing, and should probably be merged. Maybe some synonyms are in order, but there are maybe 10 people in the world with enough points to make the suggestion.

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I have more suggestions for you (j/k): [auto-intentation], [auto-tabs], [auto-spaces], [magic-stuff-that-makes-my-code-look-neater]. I'm especially fond of the last one. – Time Traveling Bobby Sep 15 '11 at 8:19
@Asylum: Don't forget [python]! – Andrew Grimm Oct 31 '11 at 3:07

Definitely, yes, for the three you've mentioned.

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