I'm new to sublime text 2 and having really nice time with it.
What I mean is "not" Sublime is fail to indent file.
And the files that I edited with Vim have some special indenting rules. ( Let's say it's not standard but my custom.)
The problem occurs at this point.
Someone said that if I open the file (which is indented with my custom rule) with Sublime,
then Sublime destroys the original indenation of the file and re-format the file for Sublime.
But, actually, I just heard that and couldn't see if it's true until now.
Is Sublime really works like that?
This is really sensitive problem for me because I should keep the custom indentation of original files.
Thank you for reading.