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Re: Customizing C Indentation

From: Rodrigo González del Cueto
Subject: Re: Customizing C Indentation
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2015 19:54:05 -0700 (PDT)
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On Monday, April 13, 2015 at 5:52:49 PM UTC-5, Rodrigo González del Cueto wrote:
> Hey all,
> I hope you could help me figure out how to customize Emacs to indent code in 
> the following way.
> I'm working on an EDK related project. And the EDK code standards state the 
> following:
> "Subsequent lines of multi-line function calls should line up one or two tab-
> stops from the beginning of the function name."
> Example:
>   Status = gRT->GetVariable(
>                   NORMAL_SETUP_NAME,
>                   &gEfiNormalSetupGuid,
>                   NULL,
>                   &VarSize,
>                   &SystemConfiguration
>                   );
> So given a function call, the arglist-intro offset, should make reference to 
> the position of the first character of the function being called, and from 
> there, go up an indentation level.
> I've read the Emacs documentation, and I only understood how to indent in 
> relation to the previous line's indentation level. But I haven't been able to 
> understand how to move within the previous line's content.
> -Rodrigo

Just realized that the code example format doesn't look the same in every 
I'll link to the Github source code line, for a better view.

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