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Re: c++-mode newline after if


From: Robert Thorpe
Subject: Re: c++-mode newline after if
Date: 10 Apr 2007 10:59:19 -0700
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On Apr 10, 6:38 pm, Rares Vernica <address@hidden> wrote:
> Robert Thorpe wrote:
> > On Apr 9, 7:40 pm, Rares Vernica <address@hidden> wrote:
> >> Hi,
>
> >> The c++-mode in emacs 22 inserts a new line after the if, so the code
> >> will look like this:
>
> >> if (a > 0)
> >>    {
>
> > This is called "GNU style" C.
>
> >> How can I disable this. I would like the code to be like this:
>
> >> if (a > 0) {
>
> > This is "K&R style" C.
> > To change type C-c . k&r
>
> > That's control-c dot k & r
>
> > Other possibilities are Whitesmith style and Stroustrup style.
>
> Thanks for the suggestion.
>
> I recently switched from emacs 21 to emacs 22. I had an indentation
> style which I liked in 21.
>
> I tried all the indentation styles that are available for 22 and none of
> them is exactly as the one I used. You can see the difference in this
> example.
>
> if (a > 0) {
>    a++;
>
> }
>
> This is how I would like the code to look. The indentation is done using
> spaces.
>
> Few of the styles had the '{' on the same line as the 'if'. But none of
> them used 2 spaces to do the indentation.
>
> How can I figure out what indentation style I used in 21 and get the
> same indentation style in 22?

Odd, I didn't know this had changed.
See the variables "indent-tabs-mode" and "c-basic-offset".



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