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+module.exports = {
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+  extends: ["@commitlint/config-conventional"],
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+  rules: {
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+  },
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+};
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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+<mime-info xmlns="http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/shared-mime-info">
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+  <mime-type type="application/x-amber">
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+    <comment>Browser Session</comment>
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+    <glob pattern="*.ambr"/>
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+    <icon name="application-x-amber"/>
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+    <sub-class-of type="application/x-yaml"/>
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+  </mime-type>
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+</mime-info>
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+[Desktop Entry]
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+Terminal=false
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+Type=Application
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+Categories=Application;Utility;
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+Exec=com.paysonwallach.amber.helper %F
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+MimeType=application/x-amber;
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+Name=Amber
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+NoDisplay=true
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+install_data(
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+  meson.project_name() + '.desktop',
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+  install_dir: join_paths(get_option('datadir'), 'applications')
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+)
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+
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+install_data(
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+  'ambr.xml',
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+  install_dir: join_paths(get_option('datadir'), 'mime', 'packages')
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+)
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+
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+test (
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+  'Validate desktop file',
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+  find_program('desktop-file-validate'),
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+  args: join_paths(meson.current_build_dir (), meson.project_name() + '.desktop')
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+)
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+project(
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+  'com.paysonwallach.amber.helper',
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+  'vala',
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+  'c',
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+  license: 'GPL-3.0',
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+  meson_version: '>=0.55.0',
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+  version: '0.1.0'
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+)
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+
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+
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+executable(
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+  meson.project_name(),
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+  'src/Main.vala',
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+  dependencies: [
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+    glib_dep
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+  ],
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+  install: true
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+)
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+
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+
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+#!/usr/bin/env python3
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+
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+import os
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+import subprocess
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+
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+prefix = os.environ.get("MESON_INSTALL_PREFIX", "/usr/local")
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+datadir = os.path.join(prefix, "share")
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+
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+# Packaging tools define DESTDIR and this isn't needed for them
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+    # print("Updating icon cache...")
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+    # if not os.path.exists(icon_cache_dir):
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+    #     os.makedirs(icon_cache_dir)
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+    # subprocess.call(["gtk-update-icon-cache", "-qtf", icon_cache_dir])
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+
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+    print("Updating desktop database...")
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+    desktop_database_dir = os.path.join(datadir, "applications")
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+    if not os.path.exists(desktop_database_dir):
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+        os.makedirs(desktop_database_dir)
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+    subprocess.call(["update-desktop-database", "-q", desktop_database_dir])
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+
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+    print("Updating MIME Type database...")
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+    subprocess.call(["update-mime-database", mimedir])
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+{
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+  "name": "amber",
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+  "description": "Serializable browsing sessions",
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+  "license": "GPL-3.0",
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+  "author": "Payson Wallach <payson@paysonwallach.com>",
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+  "homepage": "https://github.com/paysonwallach/amber#readme",
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+  "repository": {
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+    "type": "git",
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+    "url": "https://github.com/paysonwallach/amber"
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+  },
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+  "bugs": {
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+    "url": "https://github.com/paysonwallach/amber/issues"
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+  },
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+  "version": "0.1.0",
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+  "scripts": {
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+    "format": "run-p format:*",
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+    "format:js": "prettier --write .",
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+    "format:package.json": "prettier-package-json --write",
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+    "format:vala": "find . -name '*.vala' -exec uncrustify -c uncrustify.cfg --replace {} \\;",
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+    "prerelease": "scrivano",
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+    "release": "standard-version"
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+  },
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+  "devDependencies": {
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+    "@commitlint/cli": "^11.0.0",
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+    "@commitlint/config-conventional": "^11.0.0",
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+    "husky": "^4.3.8",
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+    "npm-run-all": "^4.1.5",
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+    "prettier": "^2.2.1",
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+    "prettier-package-json": "^2.1.3",
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+    "scrivano": "^0.1.0",
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+    "standard-version": "^9.1.0"
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+  },
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+  "husky": {
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+    "hooks": {
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+      "commit-msg": "commitlint -E HUSKY_GIT_PARAMS",
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+      "pre-commit": "npm run format"
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+    }
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+  },
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+  "standard-version": {
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+    "scripts": {
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+      "precommit": "npm run prerelease"
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+    }
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+  }
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+}
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+/*
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+ * Copyright (c) 2020 Payson Wallach
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+ *
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+ * This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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+ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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+ * the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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+ * (at your option) any later version.
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+ *
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+ * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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+ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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+ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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+ * GNU General Public License for more details.
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+ *
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+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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+ * along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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+ */
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+
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+namespace Amber {
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+    [DBus (name = "com.paysonwallach.amber.bridge")]
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+    public interface HostConnectorBusIFace : Object {
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+        public abstract bool open (string[] urls) throws DBusError, IOError;
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+
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+    }
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+
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+    public class Helper : Application {
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+        private HostConnectorBusIFace? host_connector;
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+
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+        public Helper () {
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+            Object (
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+                application_id: "com.paysonwallach.amber.helper",
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+                flags : ApplicationFlags.HANDLES_OPEN);
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+        }
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+
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+        public override void open (File[] files, string hint) {
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+            var i = 0;
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+            var uris = new string[files.length];
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+            foreach (File file in files) {
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+                uris[i++] = file.get_uri ();
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+            }
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+
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+            try {
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+                host_connector = Bus.get_proxy_sync (
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+                    BusType.SESSION,
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+                    "com.paysonwallach.amber.bridge",
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+                    "/com/paysonwallach/amber/bridge");
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+                host_connector.open (uris);
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+            } catch (DBusError err) {
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+                warning (@"DBusError: $(err.message)");
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+            } catch (IOError err) {
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+                warning (@"IOError: $(err.message)");
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+            }
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+        }
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+
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+    }
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+
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+    public static int main (string[] args) {
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+        var app = new Helper ();
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+        return app.run (args);
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+    }
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+
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+}
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+# Uncrustify 0.60
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+# Rules for vala
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+# Version: 0.5
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+
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+#
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+# General options
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+#
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+
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+# The type of line endings
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+newlines                                 = auto     # auto/lf/crlf/cr
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+
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+# The original size of tabs in the input
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+input_tab_size                           = 8        # number
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+
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+# The size of tabs in the output (only used if align_with_tabs=true)
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+output_tab_size                          = 4        # number
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+
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+# The ASCII value of the string escape char, usually 92 (\) or 94 (^). (Pawn)
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+string_escape_char                       = 92       # number
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+
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+# Alternate string escape char for Pawn. Only works right before the quote char.
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+string_escape_char2                      = 0        # number
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+
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+# Allow interpreting '>=' and '>>=' as part of a template in 'void f(list<list<B>>=val);'.
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+# If true (default), 'assert(x<0 && y>=3)' will be broken.
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+# Improvements to template detection may make this option obsolete.
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+tok_split_gte                            = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Control what to do with the UTF-8 BOM (recommend 'remove')
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+utf8_bom                                 = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# If the file contains bytes with values between 128 and 255, but is not UTF-8, then output as UTF-8
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+utf8_byte                                = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Force the output encoding to UTF-8
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+utf8_force                               = false    # false/true
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+
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+#
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+# Indenting
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+#
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+
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+# The number of columns to indent per level.
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+# Usually 2, 3, 4, or 8.
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+indent_columns                           = 4        # number
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+
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+# The continuation indent. If non-zero, this overrides the indent of '(' and '=' continuation indents.
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+# For FreeBSD, this is set to 4. Negative value is absolute and not increased for each ( level
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+indent_continue                          = 0        # number
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+
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+# How to use tabs when indenting code
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+# 0=spaces only
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+# 1=indent with tabs to brace level, align with spaces
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+# 2=indent and align with tabs, using spaces when not on a tabstop
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+indent_with_tabs                         = 0        # number
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+
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+# Comments that are not a brace level are indented with tabs on a tabstop.
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+# Requires indent_with_tabs=2. If false, will use spaces.
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+indent_cmt_with_tabs                     = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Whether to indent strings broken by '\' so that they line up
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+indent_align_string                      = false    # false/true
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+
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+# The number of spaces to indent multi-line XML strings.
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+# Requires indent_align_string=True
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+indent_xml_string                        = 0        # number
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+
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+# Spaces to indent '{' from level
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+indent_brace                             = 0        # number
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+
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+# Whether braces are indented to the body level
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+indent_braces                            = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Disabled indenting function braces if indent_braces is true
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+indent_braces_no_func                    = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Disabled indenting class braces if indent_braces is true
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+indent_braces_no_class                   = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Disabled indenting struct braces if indent_braces is true
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+indent_braces_no_struct                  = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Indent based on the size of the brace parent, i.e. 'if' => 3 spaces, 'for' => 4 spaces, etc.
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+indent_brace_parent                      = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Whether the 'namespace' body is indented
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+indent_namespace                         = true    # false/true
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+
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+# The number of spaces to indent a namespace block
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+indent_namespace_level                   = 0        # number
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+
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+# If the body of the namespace is longer than this number, it won't be indented.
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+# Requires indent_namespace=true. Default=0 (no limit)
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+indent_namespace_limit                   = 0        # number
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+
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+# Whether the 'extern "C"' body is indented
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+indent_extern                            = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Whether the 'class' body is indented
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+indent_class                             = true    # false/true
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+
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+# Whether to indent the stuff after a leading class colon
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+indent_class_colon                       = false    # false/true
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+# Whether to indent the stuff after a leading class initializer colon
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+indent_constr_colon                       = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Virtual indent from the ':' for member initializers. Default is 2
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+indent_ctor_init_leading                 = 2        # number
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+
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+# Additional indenting for constructor initializer list
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+indent_ctor_init                         = 0        # number
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+
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+# False=treat 'else\nif' as 'else if' for indenting purposes
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+# True=indent the 'if' one level
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+indent_else_if                           = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Amount to indent variable declarations after a open brace. neg=relative, pos=absolute
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+indent_var_def_blk                       = 0        # number
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+
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+# Indent continued variable declarations instead of aligning.
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+indent_var_def_cont                      = false    # false/true
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+
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+# True:  force indentation of function definition to start in column 1
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+# False: use the default behavior
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+indent_func_def_force_col1               = false    # false/true
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+
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+# True:  indent continued function call parameters one indent level
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+# False: align parameters under the open paren
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+indent_func_call_param                   = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for function defs
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+indent_func_def_param                    = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for function protos
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+indent_func_proto_param                  = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for class declarations
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+indent_func_class_param                  = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for class variable constructors
140
+indent_func_ctor_var_param               = false    # false/true
141
+
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+# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for templates
143
+indent_template_param                    = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Double the indent for indent_func_xxx_param options
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+indent_func_param_double                 = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Indentation column for standalone 'const' function decl/proto qualifier
149
+indent_func_const                        = 0        # number
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+
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+# Indentation column for standalone 'throw' function decl/proto qualifier
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+indent_func_throw                        = 0        # number
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+
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+# The number of spaces to indent a continued '->' or '.'
155
+# Usually set to 0, 1, or indent_columns.
156
+indent_member                            = 1        # number
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+
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+# Spaces to indent single line ('//') comments on lines before code
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+indent_sing_line_comments                = 0        # number
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+
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+# If set, will indent trailing single line ('//') comments relative
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+# to the code instead of trying to keep the same absolute column
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+indent_relative_single_line_comments     = false    # false/true
164
+
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+# Spaces to indent 'case' from 'switch'
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+# Usually 0 or indent_columns.
167
+indent_switch_case                       = 0        # number
168
+
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+# Spaces to shift the 'case' line, without affecting any other lines
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+# Usually 0.
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+indent_case_shift                        = 0        # number
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+
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+# Spaces to indent '{' from 'case'.
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+# By default, the brace will appear under the 'c' in case.
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+# Usually set to 0 or indent_columns.
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+indent_case_brace                        = 0        # number
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+
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+# Whether to indent comments found in first column
179
+indent_col1_comment                      = false    # false/true
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+
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+# How to indent goto labels
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+#  >0 : absolute column where 1 is the leftmost column
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+#  <=0 : subtract from brace indent
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+indent_label                             = 1        # number
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+
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+# Same as indent_label, but for access specifiers that are followed by a colon
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+indent_access_spec                       = 1        # number
188
+
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+# Indent the code after an access specifier by one level.
190
+# If set, this option forces 'indent_access_spec=0'
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+indent_access_spec_body                  = false    # false/true
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+
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+# If an open paren is followed by a newline, indent the next line so that it lines up after the open paren (not recommended)
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+indent_paren_nl                          = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Controls the indent of a close paren after a newline.
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+# 0: Indent to body level
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+# 1: Align under the open paren
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+# 2: Indent to the brace level
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+indent_paren_close                       = 0        # number
201
+
202
+# Controls the indent of a comma when inside a paren.If TRUE, aligns under the open paren
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+indent_comma_paren                       = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Controls the indent of a BOOL operator when inside a paren.If TRUE, aligns under the open paren
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+indent_bool_paren                        = false    # false/true
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+
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+# If 'indent_bool_paren' is true, controls the indent of the first expression. If TRUE, aligns the first expression to the following ones
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+indent_first_bool_expr                   = false    # false/true
210
+
211
+# If an open square is followed by a newline, indent the next line so that it lines up after the open square (not recommended)
212
+indent_square_nl                         = false    # false/true
213
+
214
+# Don't change the relative indent of ESQL/C 'EXEC SQL' bodies
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+indent_preserve_sql                      = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Align continued statements at the '='. Default=True
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+# If FALSE or the '=' is followed by a newline, the next line is indent one tab.
219
+indent_align_assign                      = true     # false/true
220
+
221
+# Indent OC blocks at brace level instead of usual rules.
222
+indent_oc_block                          = false    # false/true
223
+
224
+# Indent OC blocks in a message relative to the parameter name.
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+# 0=use indent_oc_block rules, 1+=spaces to indent
226
+indent_oc_block_msg                      = 0        # number
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+
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+# Minimum indent for subsequent parameters
229
+indent_oc_msg_colon                      = 0        # number
230
+
231
+#
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+# Spacing options
233
+#
234
+
235
+# Add or remove space around arithmetic operator '+', '-', '/', '*', etc
236
+sp_arith                                 = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
237
+
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+# Add or remove space around assignment operator '=', '+=', etc
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+sp_assign                                = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space around assignment operator '=' in a prototype
242
+sp_assign_default                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before assignment operator '=', '+=', etc. Overrides sp_assign.
245
+sp_before_assign                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
246
+
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+# Add or remove space after assignment operator '=', '+=', etc. Overrides sp_assign.
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+sp_after_assign                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space around assignment '=' in enum
251
+sp_enum_assign                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before assignment '=' in enum. Overrides sp_enum_assign.
254
+sp_enum_before_assign                    = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force
255
+
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+# Add or remove space after assignment '=' in enum. Overrides sp_enum_assign.
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+sp_enum_after_assign                     = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
258
+
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+# Add or remove space around preprocessor '##' concatenation operator. Default=Add
260
+sp_pp_concat                             = add      # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space after preprocessor '#' stringify operator. Also affects the '#@' charizing operator.
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+sp_pp_stringify                          = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before preprocessor '#' stringify operator as in '#define x(y) L#y'.
266
+sp_before_pp_stringify                   = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space around boolean operators '&&' and '||'
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+sp_bool                                  = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space around compare operator '<', '>', '==', etc
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+sp_compare                               = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space inside '(' and ')'
275
+sp_inside_paren                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
276
+
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+# Add or remove space between nested parens
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+sp_paren_paren                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space between back-to-back parens: ')(' vs ') ('
281
+sp_cparen_oparen                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+# Whether to balance spaces inside nested parens
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+sp_balance_nested_parens                 = false    # false/true
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+
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+# Add or remove space between ')' and '{'
286
+sp_paren_brace                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before pointer star '*'
289
+sp_before_ptr_star                       = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before pointer star '*' that isn't followed by a variable name
292
+# If set to 'ignore', sp_before_ptr_star is used instead.
293
+sp_before_unnamed_ptr_star               = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
295
+# Add or remove space between pointer stars '*'
296
+sp_between_ptr_star                      = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space after pointer star '*', if followed by a word.
299
+sp_after_ptr_star                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space after a pointer star '*', if followed by a func proto/def.
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+sp_after_ptr_star_func                   = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space after a pointer star '*', if followed by an open paren (function types).
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+sp_ptr_star_paren                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before a pointer star '*', if followed by a func proto/def.
308
+sp_before_ptr_star_func                  = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before a reference sign '&'
311
+sp_before_byref                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space before a reference sign '&' that isn't followed by a variable name
314
+# If set to 'ignore', sp_before_byref is used instead.
315
+sp_before_unnamed_byref                  = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
317
+# Add or remove space after reference sign '&', if followed by a word.
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+sp_after_byref                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
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+# Add or remove space after a reference sign '&', if followed by a func proto/def.
321
+sp_after_byref_func                      = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
322
+
323
+# Add or remove space before a reference sign '&', if followed by a func proto/def.
324
+sp_before_byref_func                     = force   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
326
+# Add or remove space between type and word. Default=Force
327
+sp_after_type                            = force    # ignore/add/remove/force
328
+
329
+# Add or remove space before '<>'
330
+sp_before_angle                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
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+
332
+# Add or remove space inside '<' and '>'
333
+sp_inside_angle                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
334
+
335
+# Add or remove space after '<>'