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annoying misbehavior of -linux in 2.2.10

From: Alejandro Mery
Subject: annoying misbehavior of -linux in 2.2.10
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 13:16:37 +0200
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I mail you to ask how to "fix" two annoying misbehaviors (imo), one is an extra space injected before macro names when used inside structs and the other is an space after the * when they type is a typedef.

the test file (attached) looks like:
typedef int foo;

#define FOO(N)  foo N

struct bar {
        foo i;

void poink(foo *i, int *j);

and `indent -linux test.c` makes the following (imo invalid) change

--- test.c~     2009-10-15 12:59:18.000000000 +0200
+++ test.c      2009-10-15 12:59:21.000000000 +0200
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@

 struct bar {
        foo i;
-       FOO(j);
+        FOO(j);

-void poink(foo *i, int *j);
+void poink(foo * i, int *j);

I'm using 2.2.10 from Ubuntu. Is there a way to fix this by arguments?

Alejandro Mery

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