Always breaking arguments into separate lines in function definition/declaration/call using clang-format

Regardless of the length of the line, I want clang-format to split a function’s parameters into separate lines. I have managed to partially achieve this using

AlignAfterOpenBracket: BlockIndent
BinPackArguments: false
BinPackParameters: false
AlignConsecutiveAssignments: AcrossEmptyLinesAndComments
AlignConsecutiveDeclarations: AcrossEmptyLinesAndComments

but this works only if the line is long. I want to maintain a uniform style where the line is always broken after the opening parenthesis and before the closing parenthesis. Something like this,

void
AES_ecb_128_encrypt_gpu (
    const u8          *in_h,
    u8                *out_h,
    const AES_KEY     *expanded_key_h,
    cudaStream_t       stream,
    unsigned long      aes_block_count,
    const unsigned int threads_per_blk
)

This should also apply to a short function signature like this:

void func(
    int param,
    int param2
)

How do I achieve this?

EDIT: Attaching a StackOverflow question asking for the same thing with an answer that says it’s not possible.

If this is indeed impossible, what do I need to modify in the sources to get this?