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Re: [Bug-indent] C++ ability for indent .. code patch and question.

From: Carlo Wood
Subject: Re: [Bug-indent] C++ ability for indent .. code patch and question.
Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2002 16:58:00 +0100
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On Sat, Jan 12, 2002 at 09:29:27AM -0500, Preston A. Elder wrote:
> >>             if (token - cur_line)
> >>                 if (token[-1] == ' ' || token[-1] == TAB)
> >>                     parser_state_tos->want_blank = true;
> So you're above examples work just fine (note, I used the 

Ah ok, now I see what you're trying to do.

Aren't there people using a format like:

if (a>b) {


If they are, and they start with:

if (a > b) {
 a = b;

then the resulting code would be:

if (a >b) {

I think that the correct strategy is to never catenate two '>' tokens.
If might be better to add a flag to parser_state_tos that indicates
that the last token was a '<' and then request a space before the
current '<' token if there was also a space before it in the input.

Carlo Wood <address@hidden>

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