On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 3:47:17 PM UTC+1, Peter van der Does 
> I don't know uncrustify, how can you tell with uncrustify if code is not 
> in your preferred code style? 
There are a myriad of tools like this: 

They're basically some executable that run through a path of source files, 
parse them, do some analysis, and spit out a report that is either read by 
humans or used by some machine/script to notify the programmer that the 
code does not conform to their configured standards.

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