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2004\10\21@131248 by Omer YALHI

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Ýn a [AD] Looking for work (style guide) conversation Adam wrote:
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>But in the end it doesn't matter.  Use a code reformatter to convert
another's style into one's own convention.

I have been looking for a code reformatter but not very succesfull.  None of
the software I found gave me enough options to reformat a code to my liking.
Can you suggest one that you are happy with?

Regards, Omer


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2004\10\22@125843 by Omer YALHI

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Ýn a [AD] Looking for work (style guide) conversation Adam wrote:
>...
>But in the end it doesn't matter.  Use a code reformatter to convert
another's style into one's own convention.

I have been looking for a code reformatter but not very succesfull.  None of
the software I found gave me enough options to reformat a code to my liking.
Can you suggest one that you are happy with?

Regards, Omer


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2004\10\22@141152 by Peter Johansson

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Omer YALHI writes:

> I have been looking for a code reformatter but not very succesfull.  None of
> the software I found gave me enough options to reformat a code to my liking.
> Can you suggest one that you are happy with?

I've never seen a coding style that couldn't be supported by either
GNU indent or cc-mode in Emacs.  Supplying the proper configuration
parameters to obtain that style has been occasionally tricky, though.

-p.
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2004\10\22@183314 by Omer YALHI

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>I've never seen a coding style that couldn't be supported by either
>GNU indent or cc-mode in Emacs.  Supplying the proper configuration
>parameters to obtain that style has been occasionally tricky, though.

Thank you Peter.  I'll give GNU indent a shot.  I have not used that before.

Regards, Omer

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