I hope this is the right place to ask this.
Recently I started using clang-format. And it works really really great!
I just find odd that code like the following:
#define aNumber 10
gets converted into
#define aNumber \
I tried llvm and google styles + other various flags and everything
lead me to the same behaviour regarding #defines/#includes.
How can I disable the break on #defines and very simple #defines?
I saw some sources in llvm and no #include or #define look like above.
Is this a bug? Maybe I am just missing something
Any help is greatly appreciated.
I have never seen this particular behavior. What version are you running? Are you possibly using some exotic file encoding? In LLVM and Google style, clang-format most definitely should not be doing this.
I remember to have seen such a bug maybe half a year ago. Ignacio, are you using the latest version of clang-format from the svn repositorz?
Sorry for the late response,
I realized I do have some exotic characters in my files, but I think the reason I got #include and #define lines broken was due to an incorrect .clang-format file.
My .clang-format file was created like:
$ ./clang-format -dump-config -style=google > .clang-format
which I believe was the reason (?), it has "------" at the first line and "..." and the end. I don't remember changing anything else in particular but things are working as expected now.
Nov 6, 2013 3:58 AM、Tobias Grosser <firstname.lastname@example.org> のメール：