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SubjectRe: [PATCH] CodingStyle: multiple updates
On Tue, 26 Feb 2008, Jan Engelhardt wrote:

> +Continuation lines are always shorter than the initial one and are
> +(1) indented as much as the initial line, plus (2) alignment spaces.
> +Spaces are used so as to not cause odd aligning for users wishing to
> +display tabs at sizes other than 8. In the example below, the
> +continuation line of the printk call therefore has two tabs of logical
> +indent, followed by a number of spaces to align it up.

Now, I think, I am not the only one using emacs. Until now the "linux"
C-style fitted perfectly with the CodingStyle, now it no longer will.
Namely, emacs puts as many tabs to indent the continuation line as fit
(i.e., at tab width = 8 spaces it's just (extra indent / 8) tabs plus
(extra indent % 8) spaces. Is there a way to make emacs behave compatibly
to this proposal? If not, I would not like to have to re-indent every such
line manually or have my patches rejected because of this.

Guennadi Liakhovetski

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