[TxMt] Re: Fixing indenting/formatting C code

Marc Feldesman feldesmanm at gmail.com
Mon Oct 20 16:57:13 UTC 2008

Thanks for this.  I know this is how emacs does it, but I was looking to find an internal reformatting command inside TextMate.  Not a problem.  I can easily create a command to access this version of indent.

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--- On Mon, 10/20/08, Steve King <sking at arbor.net> wrote:

> From: Steve King <sking at arbor.net>
> Subject: [TxMt] Re: Fixing indenting/formatting C code
> To: "TextMate users" <textmate at lists.macromates.com>
> Date: Monday, October 20, 2008, 7:42 AM
> Marc Feldesman wrote:
> > As anyone who has ever done programming knows, it
> doesn't take long for the best laid plans to mess up
> elegant formatting.  I've been unable to find a command
> that reformats messy C code back to a standard GNU format
> (or any other for that matter).  Have I missed something, or
> does this command not exist for programming languages?
> >   
> There's /usr/bin/indent, which is either part of the
> standard MacOS
> install or part of the developer package. For the standard
> GNU format
> you're probably better off with the GNU variant, which
> can be obtained
> through MacPorts <http://www.macports.org/>. It
> installs to
> /opt/local/bin/gnuindent. In general, GNU indent has many
> more options
> than the standard version, including quick preset options
> for the GNU,
> K&R, and Berkeley styles.
> -- 
> Steve King
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> Arbor Networks
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