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[Bug-indent] Feature request.

From: Andi Gutmans
Subject: [Bug-indent] Feature request.
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 16:54:46 +0200 (IST)


I'm using the following switches: -kr -l160 -ts4 -cli4

It seems like these switches pretty much handle most of my code the way
I'd like them to.

There are two issues I didn't find switches for (at least not in the man

a) After a case statement I like my opening bracket to be on the next line
and not on the line of the case (similar to code blocks which don't follow
if/while/do). I used spaces in this example so that it'd look OK but I
usually use tabsize of 4.

For example I'd like:
switch (...) {
    case FOO: {
            int i;


to be:

switch (...) {
    case FOO:
             int i;


It's not a big deal for me to fix manually but if there's a way to do this
I'd appreciate a pointer.

b) I'd like labels used in goto statements to be aligned to the left
(column 1) like pre-processor directives. This makes them stick out. I
rarely use them but sometimes it makes sense.

Anyway, these two issues aren't critical but if you have any
thoughts/ideas please let me know. (I'm not subscribed to the mailing list
so please cc: me too).



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