Writing predicates with long identifiers, I often prefer (A) to (B) for readablity. However, with default behavior of Emacs in prolog-mode for
<Return> key, codes on the buffer looks like (B). Is there any simple setting for (A). Or do I need to write an emacs-lisp function for (A) ?
pred :- call_with_time_limit(setup-call_cleanup( longlonglonglong_arg_A, longlonglonglong_arg_B, longlonglonglong_arg_C)).
pred :- call_with_time_limit( setup-call_cleanup( longlonglonglongargA, longlonglonglongargB, longlonglonglongargC)).