Mark Atwood <fallenpega...@gmail.com>:
> While I was reading up on uncrustify, opensource.com posted an article
> about clang-format.
Note that clang-format style is not a single thing; the tool takes
I looked at the Wikipedia article on "Indent style". There are more
perversities out there than were dreamt of in my philosophy!
I prefer what it calls Allman style. I could live with any of the 1TBS
variants. I mildly dislike Whitesmiths and Ratliff, somewhat more
strongly dislike GNU, and don't want us going anywhere near Horstmann,
Pico, or "Lisp" styles.
But, as I said, I generally adapt to whatever style I find in place in
a C codebase and don't try to impose my preferences.
The most unusual trait of Mills style is exemplified by this function
struct peer *peer /* peer structure pointer */
I've never seen this way of laying out formal argument lists anywhere else.
If we apply a formatter, we're going to have to first check what it does
<a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/">Eric S. Raymond</a>
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