Like this post, when I indent within a SRC code block in org-mode, 8 consecutive spaces are converted to a tab. Moreover, when I export to LaTeX 8 consecutive spaces are converted to tabs in the resultant
.tex output. This is a problem as my
LaTeX (pdflatex / xelatex) convert tabs in
verbatim mode to a single space. This means my source code's indentation is off. A http://tex.stackexchange.com poster was told to use fancyvrb, but that doesn't immediately solve my problem.
I want to use org-mode to write these documents,
C-c ' to edit source blocks, and
C-c C-e l p to turn my org-mode files into pdfs.
What options do I have to, for instance:
make org-mode SRC blocks export as
fancyvrb's Verbatim mode OR
prevent my org-mode's indentation mechanism and my export to LaTeX from turning 8 spaces into a tab OR
post-process the exported LaTeX and transform the tabs into 8 spaces?
And how can I make this setting the default for my org-mode? I would like not to have to include this same boilerplate in all of my org-mode files that I intend to use with it, and I would like to avoid having a special latex compilation command to have to use for the tex files I generate.