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Recently my main work was editing .xml files. Google told me that for re-indenting a file I need to press gg=G in normal. But moving to gg is something that I don't want. Is there any way to do the same without losing the current position?

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Use the ` mark:

gg=G``

Or use Ctrl-O

gg=G<Ctrl-O><Ctrl-O>

Or g;

gg=Gg;
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I like the idea of Ctrl-O. Might be a good idea to map this combo. – J-unior Aug 12 '13 at 15:35

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