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I have two suggestions, one, not using any non-default packages, very closely based on the definition of text-scale-adjust and one using hydra. Self-contained ;; -*- lexical-binding: t -*- ;; the previous line needs to be the first in the given file. (require 'python) ;; alternatively use an appropriate `use-package` declaration (defun python-indent-adjust ...


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This looks to me like an issue with emacs, but I have not yet nailed it down. At any rate, it looks like the problem is the code in http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/lisp/progmodes/js.el?h=emacs-27.1#n4614 is running after all the other traditional packages (like editorconfig, etc) that I have used to set this value properly for different ...


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There is emacs-tree-sitter, which is a package that uses tree-sitter a parser generator tool that can be use to get a AST of some supported languages. Also emacs-tree-sitter support the option of get the AST of some languages so you can manipulate it and get some info, the documentation is interesting. Good luck!


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You could try to implement the LSP (language Server protocol) and use lsp-mode in conjunction with this. lsp-mode brings support for many languages already, but I'm not sure, if the LSP interface supports indentation.


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