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Restyle spcomp. #340

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@dvander dvander commented Jun 8, 2019

This restyles include/.h and compiler/.{h,cpp} in AMTL style.

@dvander dvander force-pushed the restyle branch 3 times, most recently from cf0a274 to b14af28 Compare June 8, 2019 20:19
ucell address PACKED; /* address in the code segment where generated code (for this file) starts */
char name[1]; /* ASCII string, zero-terminated */
ucell address
PACKED; /* address in the code segment where generated code (for this file) starts */
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Ergh.

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Thanks, will fix this.

{ 90, "zero.alt", sIN_CSEG, parm0 },
{ 89, "zero.pri", sIN_CSEG, parm0 },
{ 92, "zero.s", sIN_CSEG, parm1 },
/* node for "invalid instruction" */
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This is probably better before.

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Agree, I'll disable clang-format around this list.

int hier3(value *lval);
int hier2(value *lval);
int hier1(value *lval1);
int plnge(int *opstr, int opoff, HierFn hier, value *lval, const char *forcetag,
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I'm not sure what the deal is, but it seems like where the asterisk gets nestled by the formatter varies. Here, it's with the variable name and in other places it's with the type.

Example in compiler/assember.h: void assemble(const char* outname, memfile_t* fin);

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I think I have to forcefully disable this in the clang-format config.

do { \
enum { assert_static__ = 1/(e) }; \
} while (0)
# define assert_static(e) \
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didn’t know we had this, if we’re c++11 now we should trash this at some point. Unrelated to this pr, just a note

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dvander commented Jun 10, 2019

no more shrieks of horror, let's do this

@dvander dvander merged commit c44a169 into master Jun 10, 2019
@dvander dvander deleted the restyle branch June 10, 2019 22:55
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