The indenting style we use is the same as the linux kernel. If you use GNU indent 2.2.10 or later, you should run it as follows:
- We use the Linux Kernel coding style with the following exceptions and extensions
- Goto statements should not be used unless in very special cases.
Function names should be
- lowercase words separated by underscores
- functions which are only implementation details of the given source file should be declared as static
- global variables should follow the same conventions as functions (e.g. output_modules)
- the verbosity of the name of local variables should be appropriate to its scope
- Macro names should be in uppercase, words separated by underscores (e.g. SPEECHD_OPTION_CB_STR)
- New types are defined in mixed uppercase (e.g. MessageType)
indent -npro -kr -i8 -ts8 -sob -l80 -ss -ncs -cp1 -il0
(defun speechd-c-mode () "C mode with adjusted defaults for use with Speech Dispatcher." (interactive) (c-mode) (c-set-style "K&R"))
Please respect the coding style of the given component.