bugGNU indent - Bugs: bug #42003, Different results on repeated...


bug #42003: Different results on repeated application in regression test set.

Submitted by:  Daniel P. Valentine <dpv>
Submitted on:  Sun 30 Mar 2014 04:24:36 PM UTC  
Category: CSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: InconsistencyStatus: None
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Sun 30 Mar 2014 04:59:01 PM UTC, comment #1:

Also in the comment testing area there are some additional ones:
boxed.c-4 (2 trailing spaces in original become one on repeat)
cplus.c-5 (reduced indent of broken long c++ comment (not recognizing that original was broken by indent)
cplus.c-6 (same thing)
cplus.c-8 (same thing)
cplus.c-9 (same thing)
newline.c-4 (removes blank lines in boxed comments left in in first pass)
newline.c-7 (same thing)
outer.c-1 (puts closing delimiter on a line by itself with less indentation)
outer.c-3 (same thing)
outer.c.6 (same thing with leading asterisks)

Daniel P. Valentine <dpv>
Project Administrator
Sun 30 Mar 2014 04:24:36 PM UTC, original submission:

A second application of indent to the regression test files results in a change away from the standard in at least 3 cases:

bbreak.c (different choice between break after "." or "->")
continue-lp.c (diff decision whether to break after a "->")
pr_comment.c (closing paren on its own line indented less)

Daniel P. Valentine <dpv>
Project Administrator


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