@exampleindent: Environment Indenting
The Texinfo processors indent each line of
@example and similar
environments. You can use the
@exampleindent command to specify
this indentation. Write an
@exampleindent command at the
beginning of a line followed by either ‘asis’ or a number:
The indentation is according to the value of indent:
Do not change the existing indentation (not implemented in TeX).
Omit all indentation.
Indent environments by n space characters in Info output, by n ems in TeX.
The default value of indent is 5 spaces in Info, and 0.4in in TeX, which is somewhat less. (The reduction is to help TeX fit more characters onto physical lines.)
It is best to write the
@exampleindent command before the
end-of-header line at the beginning of a Texinfo file, so the region
formatting commands indent paragraphs as specified. See Start of Header.