Handy vim snippets for dealing with indentation

My contribution to the tabs vs spaces war. It's very silly to use spaces, but when you contribute to open source you have to do it, so here's how I cope: Tabs for indentation by default, but when you open a new file press <Leader><Space> to highlight lines indented with spaces. If you see red everywhere, it's a space indented file. <Leader><Tab> switches to space indentation, and <Leader>j<Space><Number><cr> sets the number of spaces per indent.
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