pattern like "defsomething" or "with-something".
By setting the fuzzy indent option, you can tell VimClojure, that you
beginning in "def" or "with" to be indented as if they
+want names to be indented as if they
were included in the 'lispwords' option.
let vimclojure#FuzzyIndent = 1
This option is disabled by default.
+Custom fuzzy indent patterns may be specified as normal regular expressions
+in the corresponding option. The patterns are matched against the leading
+symbol of the form in a way to ignore namespace aliases. The default
+patterns are “def.*”, “with.*” and “let.*”.
+For example, consider working a lot with core.logic. Then you may specify
+eg. “fresh” in .vim/after/ftplugin/clojure.vim.
+ let vimclojure#FuzzyIndentPatterns .= ",fresh"
+Note: this is a normal variable. So you have to use “.=” rather than
+“+=” and the comma separator has to be given explicitly.
To be able to properly indent a given line there is some searching
necessary to determine the surroundings of the cursor. In big files
this my result in a slow down when entering a new line. So there is