How to keep indentation in !include_many during preprocessing

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asked Feb 10 in Question / help by anonymous

Lets assume that we have a file A.puml with content:
 

@startuml
B -> A: test
@enduml

and this file is included in two diagrams.

Diagram first.puml:

@startuml
A-> B
!include A.puml
B -> C
@enduml

Diagram second.puml:

@startuml
alt if something
    A-> B
    !include A.puml
    B -> C    
else if something else
...
@enduml

When I run `java -preproc` on both files I expect to get two files with such indention:

first.preproc:

@startuml
A-> B
B -> A: test
B -> C
@enduml

second.preproc:

@startuml
alt if something
    A-> B
    B -> A: test
    B -> C    
else if something else
...
@enduml

but I get something like this:

first.preproc:

@startuml
A-> B
B -> A: test
B -> C
@enduml

second.preproc:

@startuml
alt if something
    A-> B
B -> A: test
    B -> C    
else if something else
...
@enduml


Is it possible to keep indention of the place when I use !include word? Right now preprocessor just replace whole line and I have a problem when !include is used in several places with different indention. 

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