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SubjectRe: [PATCH] reformat mtrr.c to conform to CodingStyle
David Weinehall wrote:
> I don't think Lindent does everything 100% correct; at least its
> formatting of switch/case does look a little fishy:
>
> switch (option) {
> case 1:
> /* blaha */
>
> That feels kind of odd compared to the rest of the codingstyle.
>
> Comments?!

hehe now we really get into personal preference.

I like the above case statement style, because I see no value in
additional indentation. The code is presented one level deeper than the
switch statement, which is key. 'case' keywords merely separate the
properly-indented code. IMHO of course :)

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