# Uncrustify 0.60
# Rules for vala
# Version: 0.5

#
# General options
#

# The type of line endings
newlines                                 = auto     # auto/lf/crlf/cr

# The original size of tabs in the input
input_tab_size                           = 8        # number

# The size of tabs in the output (only used if align_with_tabs=true)
output_tab_size                          = 4        # number

# The ASCII value of the string escape char, usually 92 (\) or 94 (^). (Pawn)
string_escape_char                       = 92       # number

# Alternate string escape char for Pawn. Only works right before the quote char.
string_escape_char2                      = 0        # number

# Allow interpreting '>=' and '>>=' as part of a template in 'void f(list<list<B>>=val);'.
# If true (default), 'assert(x<0 && y>=3)' will be broken.
# Improvements to template detection may make this option obsolete.
tok_split_gte                            = false    # false/true

# Control what to do with the UTF-8 BOM (recommend 'remove')
utf8_bom                                 = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# If the file contains bytes with values between 128 and 255, but is not UTF-8, then output as UTF-8
utf8_byte                                = false    # false/true

# Force the output encoding to UTF-8
utf8_force                               = false    # false/true

#
# Indenting
#

# The number of columns to indent per level.
# Usually 2, 3, 4, or 8.
indent_columns                           = 4        # number

# The continuation indent. If non-zero, this overrides the indent of '(' and '=' continuation indents.
# For FreeBSD, this is set to 4. Negative value is absolute and not increased for each ( level
indent_continue                          = 0        # number

# How to use tabs when indenting code
# 0=spaces only
# 1=indent with tabs to brace level, align with spaces
# 2=indent and align with tabs, using spaces when not on a tabstop
indent_with_tabs                         = 0        # number

# Comments that are not a brace level are indented with tabs on a tabstop.
# Requires indent_with_tabs=2. If false, will use spaces.
indent_cmt_with_tabs                     = false    # false/true

# Whether to indent strings broken by '\' so that they line up
indent_align_string                      = false    # false/true

# The number of spaces to indent multi-line XML strings.
# Requires indent_align_string=True
indent_xml_string                        = 0        # number

# Spaces to indent '{' from level
indent_brace                             = 0        # number

# Whether braces are indented to the body level
indent_braces                            = false    # false/true

# Disabled indenting function braces if indent_braces is true
indent_braces_no_func                    = false    # false/true

# Disabled indenting class braces if indent_braces is true
indent_braces_no_class                   = false    # false/true

# Disabled indenting struct braces if indent_braces is true
indent_braces_no_struct                  = false    # false/true

# Indent based on the size of the brace parent, i.e. 'if' => 3 spaces, 'for' => 4 spaces, etc.
indent_brace_parent                      = false    # false/true

# Whether the 'namespace' body is indented
indent_namespace                         = true    # false/true

# The number of spaces to indent a namespace block
indent_namespace_level                   = 0        # number

# If the body of the namespace is longer than this number, it won't be indented.
# Requires indent_namespace=true. Default=0 (no limit)
indent_namespace_limit                   = 0        # number

# Whether the 'extern "C"' body is indented
indent_extern                            = false    # false/true

# Whether the 'class' body is indented
indent_class                             = true    # false/true

# Whether to indent the stuff after a leading class colon
indent_class_colon                       = false    # false/true
# Whether to indent the stuff after a leading class initializer colon
indent_constr_colon                       = false    # false/true

# Virtual indent from the ':' for member initializers. Default is 2
indent_ctor_init_leading                 = 2        # number

# Additional indenting for constructor initializer list
indent_ctor_init                         = 0        # number

# False=treat 'else\nif' as 'else if' for indenting purposes
# True=indent the 'if' one level
indent_else_if                           = false    # false/true

# Amount to indent variable declarations after a open brace. neg=relative, pos=absolute
indent_var_def_blk                       = 0        # number

# Indent continued variable declarations instead of aligning.
indent_var_def_cont                      = false    # false/true

# True:  force indentation of function definition to start in column 1
# False: use the default behavior
indent_func_def_force_col1               = false    # false/true

# True:  indent continued function call parameters one indent level
# False: align parameters under the open paren
indent_func_call_param                   = false    # false/true

# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for function defs
indent_func_def_param                    = false    # false/true

# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for function protos
indent_func_proto_param                  = false    # false/true

# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for class declarations
indent_func_class_param                  = false    # false/true

# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for class variable constructors
indent_func_ctor_var_param               = false    # false/true

# Same as indent_func_call_param, but for templates
indent_template_param                    = false    # false/true

# Double the indent for indent_func_xxx_param options
indent_func_param_double                 = false    # false/true

# Indentation column for standalone 'const' function decl/proto qualifier
indent_func_const                        = 0        # number

# Indentation column for standalone 'throw' function decl/proto qualifier
indent_func_throw                        = 0        # number

# The number of spaces to indent a continued '->' or '.'
# Usually set to 0, 1, or indent_columns.
indent_member                            = 1        # number

# Spaces to indent single line ('//') comments on lines before code
indent_sing_line_comments                = 0        # number

# If set, will indent trailing single line ('//') comments relative
# to the code instead of trying to keep the same absolute column
indent_relative_single_line_comments     = false    # false/true

# Spaces to indent 'case' from 'switch'
# Usually 0 or indent_columns.
indent_switch_case                       = 0        # number

# Spaces to shift the 'case' line, without affecting any other lines
# Usually 0.
indent_case_shift                        = 0        # number

# Spaces to indent '{' from 'case'.
# By default, the brace will appear under the 'c' in case.
# Usually set to 0 or indent_columns.
indent_case_brace                        = 0        # number

# Whether to indent comments found in first column
indent_col1_comment                      = false    # false/true

# How to indent goto labels
#  >0 : absolute column where 1 is the leftmost column
#  <=0 : subtract from brace indent
indent_label                             = 1        # number

# Same as indent_label, but for access specifiers that are followed by a colon
indent_access_spec                       = 1        # number

# Indent the code after an access specifier by one level.
# If set, this option forces 'indent_access_spec=0'
indent_access_spec_body                  = false    # false/true

# If an open paren is followed by a newline, indent the next line so that it lines up after the open paren (not recommended)
indent_paren_nl                          = false    # false/true

# Controls the indent of a close paren after a newline.
# 0: Indent to body level
# 1: Align under the open paren
# 2: Indent to the brace level
indent_paren_close                       = 0        # number

# Controls the indent of a comma when inside a paren.If TRUE, aligns under the open paren
indent_comma_paren                       = false    # false/true

# Controls the indent of a BOOL operator when inside a paren.If TRUE, aligns under the open paren
indent_bool_paren                        = false    # false/true

# If 'indent_bool_paren' is true, controls the indent of the first expression. If TRUE, aligns the first expression to the following ones
indent_first_bool_expr                   = false    # false/true

# If an open square is followed by a newline, indent the next line so that it lines up after the open square (not recommended)
indent_square_nl                         = false    # false/true

# Don't change the relative indent of ESQL/C 'EXEC SQL' bodies
indent_preserve_sql                      = false    # false/true

# Align continued statements at the '='. Default=True
# If FALSE or the '=' is followed by a newline, the next line is indent one tab.
indent_align_assign                      = true     # false/true

# Indent OC blocks at brace level instead of usual rules.
indent_oc_block                          = false    # false/true

# Indent OC blocks in a message relative to the parameter name.
# 0=use indent_oc_block rules, 1+=spaces to indent
indent_oc_block_msg                      = 0        # number

# Minimum indent for subsequent parameters
indent_oc_msg_colon                      = 0        # number

#
# Spacing options
#

# Add or remove space around arithmetic operator '+', '-', '/', '*', etc
sp_arith                                 = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around assignment operator '=', '+=', etc
sp_assign                                = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around assignment operator '=' in a prototype
sp_assign_default                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before assignment operator '=', '+=', etc. Overrides sp_assign.
sp_before_assign                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after assignment operator '=', '+=', etc. Overrides sp_assign.
sp_after_assign                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around assignment '=' in enum
sp_enum_assign                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before assignment '=' in enum. Overrides sp_enum_assign.
sp_enum_before_assign                    = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after assignment '=' in enum. Overrides sp_enum_assign.
sp_enum_after_assign                     = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around preprocessor '##' concatenation operator. Default=Add
sp_pp_concat                             = add      # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after preprocessor '#' stringify operator. Also affects the '#@' charizing operator.
sp_pp_stringify                          = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before preprocessor '#' stringify operator as in '#define x(y) L#y'.
sp_before_pp_stringify                   = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around boolean operators '&&' and '||'
sp_bool                                  = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around compare operator '<', '>', '==', etc
sp_compare                               = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside '(' and ')'
sp_inside_paren                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between nested parens
sp_paren_paren                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between back-to-back parens: ')(' vs ') ('
sp_cparen_oparen                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
# Whether to balance spaces inside nested parens
sp_balance_nested_parens                 = false    # false/true

# Add or remove space between ')' and '{'
sp_paren_brace                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before pointer star '*'
sp_before_ptr_star                       = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before pointer star '*' that isn't followed by a variable name
# If set to 'ignore', sp_before_ptr_star is used instead.
sp_before_unnamed_ptr_star               = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between pointer stars '*'
sp_between_ptr_star                      = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after pointer star '*', if followed by a word.
sp_after_ptr_star                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after a pointer star '*', if followed by a func proto/def.
sp_after_ptr_star_func                   = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after a pointer star '*', if followed by an open paren (function types).
sp_ptr_star_paren                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before a pointer star '*', if followed by a func proto/def.
sp_before_ptr_star_func                  = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before a reference sign '&'
sp_before_byref                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before a reference sign '&' that isn't followed by a variable name
# If set to 'ignore', sp_before_byref is used instead.
sp_before_unnamed_byref                  = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after reference sign '&', if followed by a word.
sp_after_byref                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after a reference sign '&', if followed by a func proto/def.
sp_after_byref_func                      = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before a reference sign '&', if followed by a func proto/def.
sp_before_byref_func                     = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between type and word. Default=Force
sp_after_type                            = force    # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before '<>'
sp_before_angle                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside '<' and '>'
sp_inside_angle                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after '<>'
sp_after_angle                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '<>' and '(' as found in 'new List<byte>();'
sp_angle_paren                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '<>' and a word as in 'List<byte> m;'
sp_angle_word                            = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before '(' of 'if', 'for', 'switch', and 'while'
sp_before_sparen                         = add   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside if-condition '(' and ')'
sp_inside_sparen                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before if-condition ')'. Overrides sp_inside_sparen.
sp_inside_sparen_close                   = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before if-condition '('. Overrides sp_inside_sparen.
sp_inside_sparen_open                    = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after ')' of 'if', 'for', 'switch', and 'while'
sp_after_sparen                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between ')' and '{' of 'if', 'for', 'switch', and 'while'
sp_sparen_brace                          = add   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before empty statement ';' on 'if', 'for' and 'while'
sp_special_semi                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before ';' in non-empty 'for' statements
sp_before_semi_for                       = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before a semicolon of an empty part of a for statement.
sp_before_semi_for_empty                 = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after ';', except when followed by a comment. Default=Add
sp_after_semi                            = add      # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after ';' in non-empty 'for' statements. Default=Force
sp_after_semi_for                        = force    # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after the final semicolon of an empty part of a for statement: for ( ; ; <here> ).
sp_after_semi_for_empty                  = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before '[' (except '[]')
sp_before_square                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before '[]'
sp_before_squares                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside a non-empty '[' and ']'
sp_inside_square                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after ','
sp_after_comma                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before ','
sp_before_comma                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between an open paren and comma: '(,' vs '( ,'
sp_paren_comma                           = force    # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before the variadic '...' when preceded by a non-punctuator
sp_before_ellipsis                       = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between a type and '?'.
sp_type_question                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after class ':'
sp_after_class_colon                     = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before class ':'
sp_before_class_colon                    = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after class constructor ':'
sp_after_constr_colon                    = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before class constructor ':'
sp_before_constr_colon                   = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before case ':'. Default=Remove
sp_before_case_colon                     = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'operator' and operator sign
sp_after_operator                        = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between the operator symbol and the open paren, as in 'operator ++('
sp_after_operator_sym                    = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after C/D cast, i.e. 'cast(int)a' vs 'cast(int) a' or '(int)a' vs '(int) a'
sp_after_cast                            = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove spaces inside cast parens
sp_inside_paren_cast                     = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'sizeof' and '('
sp_sizeof_paren                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after the tag keyword (Pawn)
sp_after_tag                             = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside enum '{' and '}'
sp_inside_braces_enum                    = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside struct/union '{' force '}'
sp_inside_braces_struct                  = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside '{' and '}'
sp_inside_braces                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside '{}'
sp_inside_braces_empty                   = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between return type and function name
# A minimum of 1 is forced except for pointer return types.
sp_type_func                             = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between function name and '(' on function declaration
sp_func_proto_paren                      = add   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between function name and '(' on function definition
sp_func_def_paren                        = add   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside empty function '()'
sp_inside_fparens                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside function '(' and ')'
sp_inside_fparen                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space inside the first parens in the function type: 'void (*x)(...)'
sp_inside_tparen                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove between the parens in the function type: 'void (*x)(...)'
sp_after_tparen_close                    = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between ']' and '(' when part of a function call.
sp_square_fparen                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between ')' and '{' of function
sp_fparen_brace                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between function name and '(' on function calls
sp_func_call_paren                       = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between function name and '()' on function calls without parameters.
# If set to 'ignore' (the default), sp_func_call_paren is used.
sp_func_call_paren_empty                 = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between the user function name and '(' on function calls
# You need to set a keyword to be a user function, like this: 'set func_call_user _' in the config file.
sp_func_call_user_paren                  = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between a constructor/destructor and the open paren
sp_func_class_paren                      = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'return' and '('
sp_return_paren                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '__attribute__' and '('
sp_attribute_paren                       = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'defined' and '(' in '#if defined (FOO)'
sp_defined_paren                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'throw' and '(' in 'throw (something)'
sp_throw_paren                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'throw' and anything other than '(' as in '@throw [...];'
sp_after_throw                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'catch' and '(' in 'catch (something) { }'
# If set to ignore, sp_before_sparen is used.
sp_catch_paren                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between macro and value
sp_macro                                 = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# MACRO
# Add or remove space between macro function ')' and value
sp_macro_func                            = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'else' and '{' if on the same line
sp_else_brace                            = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '}' and 'else' if on the same line
sp_brace_else                            = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '}' and the name of a typedef on the same line
sp_brace_typedef                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'catch' and '{' if on the same line
sp_catch_brace                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '}' and 'catch' if on the same line
sp_brace_catch                           = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'finally' and '{' if on the same line
sp_finally_brace                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between '}' and 'finally' if on the same line
sp_brace_finally                         = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between 'try' and '{' if on the same line
sp_try_brace                             = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between get/set and '{' if on the same line
sp_getset_brace                          = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space between a variable and '{' for a namespace
sp_word_brace_ns                         = add

# Add or remove space after the '!' (not) operator. Default=Remove
sp_not                                   = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after the '~' (invert) operator. Default=Remove
sp_inv                                   = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after the '&' (address-of) operator. Default=Remove
# This does not affect the spacing after a '&' that is part of a type.
sp_addr                                  = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around the '.' or '->' operators. Default=Remove
sp_member                                = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after the '*' (dereference) operator. Default=Remove
# This does not affect the spacing after a '*' that is part of a type.
sp_deref                                 = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space after '+' or '-', as in 'x = -5' or 'y = +7'. Default=Remove
sp_sign                                  = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before or after '++' and '--', as in '(--x)' or 'y++;'. Default=Remove
sp_incdec                                = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before a backslash-newline at the end of a line. Default=Add
sp_before_nl_cont                        = add      # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space around the ':' in 'b ? t : f'
sp_cond_colon                            = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before the ':' in 'b ? t : f'. Overrides sp_cond_colon.
sp_cond_colon_before                     = force

#  Add or remove space after the ':' in 'b ? t : f'. Overrides sp_cond_colon.
sp_cond_colon_after                      = force

# Add or remove space around the '?' in 'b ? t : f'.
sp_cond_question                         = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove space before the '?' in 'b ? t : f'. Overrides sp_cond_question.
sp_cond_question_before                  = ignore

# Add or remove space after the '?' in 'b ? t : f'. Overrides sp_cond_question.
sp_cond_question_after                   = ignore

# In the abbreviated ternary form (a ?: b), add/remove space between ? and :.'. Overrides all other sp_cond_* options.
sp_cond_ternary_short                    = force

# Fix the spacing between 'case' and the label. Only 'ignore' and 'force' make sense here.
sp_case_label                            = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Controls the spaces between #else or #endif and a trailing comment
sp_endif_cmt                             = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Controls the spaces after 'new', 'delete', and 'delete[]'
sp_after_new                             = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Controls the spaces before a trailing or embedded comment
sp_before_tr_emb_cmt                     = force   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Number of spaces before a trailing or embedded comment
sp_num_before_tr_emb_cmt                 = 0        # number

# Add or remove space after '_'.
sp_vala_after_translation                = remove

#
# Code alignment (not left column spaces/tabs)
#

# Whether to keep non-indenting tabs
align_keep_tabs                          = false    # false/true

# Whether to use tabs for aligning
align_with_tabs                          = false    # false/true

# Whether to bump out to the next tab when aligning
align_on_tabstop                         = false    # false/true

# Whether to keep whitespace not required for alignment.
align_keep_extra_space                    = true

# Align variable definitions in prototypes and functions
align_func_params                        = false    # false/true

# Align parameters in single-line functions that have the same name.
# The function names must already be aligned with each other.
align_same_func_call_params              = false    # false/true

# The span for aligning variable definitions (0=don't align)
align_var_def_span                       = 0        # number

# How to align the star in variable definitions.
#  0=Part of the type     'void *   foo;'
#  1=Part of the variable 'void     *foo;'
#  2=Dangling             'void    *foo;'
align_var_def_star_style                 = 0        # number

# How to align the '&' in variable definitions.
#  0=Part of the type
#  1=Part of the variable
#  2=Dangling
align_var_def_amp_style                  = 0        # number

# The threshold for aligning variable definitions (0=no limit)
align_var_def_thresh                     = 0        # number

# The gap for aligning variable definitions
align_var_def_gap                        = 0        # number

# Whether to align the colon in struct bit fields
align_var_def_colon                      = false    # false/true

# Whether to align any attribute after the variable name
align_var_def_attribute                  = false    # false/true

# Whether to align inline struct/enum/union variable definitions
align_var_def_inline                     = false    # false/true

# The span for aligning on '=' in assignments (0=don't align)
align_assign_span                        = 0        # number

# The threshold for aligning on '=' in assignments (0=no limit)
align_assign_thresh                      = 0        # number

# The span for aligning on '=' in enums (0=don't align)
align_enum_equ_span                      = 0        # number

# The threshold for aligning on '=' in enums (0=no limit)
align_enum_equ_thresh                    = 0        # number

# The span for aligning struct/union (0=don't align)
align_var_struct_span                    = 0        # number

# The threshold for aligning struct/union member definitions (0=no limit)
align_var_struct_thresh                  = 0        # number

# The gap for aligning struct/union member definitions
align_var_struct_gap                     = 0        # number

# The span for aligning struct initializer values (0=don't align)
align_struct_init_span                   = 0        # number

# The minimum space between the type and the synonym of a typedef
align_typedef_gap                        = 0        # number

# The span for aligning single-line typedefs (0=don't align)
align_typedef_span                       = 0        # number

# How to align typedef'd functions with other typedefs
# 0: Don't mix them at all
# 1: align the open paren with the types
# 2: align the function type name with the other type names
align_typedef_func                       = 0        # number

# Controls the positioning of the '*' in typedefs. Just try it.
# 0: Align on typedef type, ignore '*'
# 1: The '*' is part of type name: typedef int  *pint;
# 2: The '*' is part of the type, but dangling: typedef int *pint;
align_typedef_star_style                 = 0        # number

# Controls the positioning of the '&' in typedefs. Just try it.
# 0: Align on typedef type, ignore '&'
# 1: The '&' is part of type name: typedef int  &pint;
# 2: The '&' is part of the type, but dangling: typedef int &pint;
align_typedef_amp_style                  = 0        # number

# The span for aligning comments that end lines (0=don't align)
align_right_cmt_span                     = 0        # number

# If aligning comments, mix with comments after '}' and #endif with less than 3 spaces before the comment
align_right_cmt_mix                      = false    # false/true

# If a trailing comment is more than this number of columns away from the text it follows,
# it will qualify for being aligned. This has to be > 0 to do anything.
align_right_cmt_gap                      = 0        # number

# Align trailing comment at or beyond column N; 'pulls in' comments as a bonus side effect (0=ignore)
align_right_cmt_at_col                   = 0        # number

# The span for aligning function prototypes (0=don't align)
align_func_proto_span                    = 0        # number

# Minimum gap between the return type and the function name.
align_func_proto_gap                     = 0        # number

# Align function protos on the 'operator' keyword instead of what follows
align_on_operator                        = false    # false/true

# Whether to mix aligning prototype and variable declarations.
# If true, align_var_def_XXX options are used instead of align_func_proto_XXX options.
align_mix_var_proto                      = false    # false/true

# Align single-line functions with function prototypes, uses align_func_proto_span
align_single_line_func                   = false    # false/true

# Aligning the open brace of single-line functions.
# Requires align_single_line_func=true, uses align_func_proto_span
align_single_line_brace                  = false    # false/true

# Gap for align_single_line_brace.
align_single_line_brace_gap              = 0        # number

# Whether to align macros wrapped with a backslash and a newline.
# This will not work right if the macro contains a multi-line comment.
align_nl_cont                            = false    # false/true

# # Align macro functions and variables together
align_pp_define_together                 = false    # false/true

# The minimum space between label and value of a preprocessor define
align_pp_define_gap                      = 0        # number

# The span for aligning on '#define' bodies (0=don't align)
align_pp_define_span                     = 0        # number

# Align lines that start with '<<' with previous '<<'. Default=true
align_left_shift                         = true     # false/true

#
# Newline adding and removing options
#

# Whether to collapse empty blocks between '{' and '}'
nl_collapse_empty_body                   = true    # false/true

# Don't split one-line braced assignments - 'foo_t f = { 1, 2 };'
nl_assign_leave_one_liners               = true    # false/true

# Don't split one-line braced statements inside a class xx { } body
nl_class_leave_one_liners                = false    # false/true

# Don't split one-line enums: 'enum foo { BAR = 15 };'
nl_enum_leave_one_liners                 = false    # false/true

# Don't split one-line get or set functions
nl_getset_leave_one_liners               = false    # false/true

# Don't split one-line function definitions - 'int foo() { return 0; }'
nl_func_leave_one_liners                 = false    # false/true

# Don't split one-line if/else statements - 'if(a) b++;'
nl_if_leave_one_liners                   = false    # false/true

# Don't split one-line OC messages
nl_oc_msg_leave_one_liner                = false    # false/true

# Add or remove newlines at the start of the file
nl_start_of_file                         = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# The number of newlines at the start of the file (only used if nl_start_of_file is 'add' or 'force'
nl_start_of_file_min                     = 0        # number

# Add or remove newline at the end of the file
nl_end_of_file                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# The number of newlines at the end of the file (only used if nl_end_of_file is 'add' or 'force')
nl_end_of_file_min                       = 0        # number

# Add or remove newline between '=' and '{'
nl_assign_brace                          = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# The number of blank lines after a block of variable definitions at the top of a function body
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_func_var_def_blk                      = 0        # number

# The number of newlines before a block of typedefs
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_typedef_blk_start                     = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after a block of typedefs
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_typedef_blk_end                       = 0        # number

# The maximum consecutive newlines within a block of typedefs
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_typedef_blk_in                        = 0        # number

# The number of newlines before a block of variable definitions not at the top of a function body
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_var_def_blk_start                     = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after a block of variable definitions not at the top of a function body
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_var_def_blk_end                       = 0        # number

# The maximum consecutive newlines within a block of variable definitions
# 0 = No change (default)
nl_var_def_blk_in                        = 0        # number

# Add or remove newline between a function call's ')' and '{', as in:
# list_for_each(item, &list) { }
nl_fcall_brace                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'enum' and '{'
nl_enum_brace                            = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'struct and '{'
nl_struct_brace                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'union' and '{'
nl_union_brace                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'if' and '{'
nl_if_brace                              = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '}' and 'else'
nl_brace_else                            = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'else if' and '{'
# If set to ignore, nl_if_brace is used instead
nl_elseif_brace                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'else' and '{'
nl_else_brace                            = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'else' and 'if'
nl_else_if                               = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '}' and 'finally'
nl_brace_finally                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'finally' and '{'
nl_finally_brace                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'try' and '{'
nl_try_brace                             = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between get/set and '{'
nl_getset_brace                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'for' and '{'
nl_for_brace                             = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'catch' and '{'
nl_catch_brace                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '}' and 'catch'
nl_brace_catch                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '}' and ']'
nl_brace_square                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '}' and ')' in a function invocation
nl_brace_fparen                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
# Add or remove newline between 'while' and '{'
nl_while_brace                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'scope (x)' and '{' (D)
nl_scope_brace                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'unittest' and '{' (D)
nl_unittest_brace                        = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'version (x)' and '{' (D)
nl_version_brace                         = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'using' and '{'
nl_using_brace                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between two open or close braces.
# Due to general newline/brace handling, REMOVE may not work.
nl_brace_brace                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'do' and '{'
nl_do_brace                              = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '}' and 'while' of 'do' statement
nl_brace_while                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'switch' and '{'
nl_switch_brace                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add a newline between ')' and '{' if the ')' is on a different line than the if/for/etc.
# Overrides nl_for_brace, nl_if_brace, nl_switch_brace, nl_while_switch, and nl_catch_brace.
nl_multi_line_cond                       = false    # false/true

# Force a newline in a define after the macro name for multi-line defines.
nl_multi_line_define                     = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline before 'case' statement
nl_before_case                           = false    # false/true

# Add or remove newline between ')' and 'throw'
nl_before_throw                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to put a newline after 'case' statement
nl_after_case                            = false    # false/true

# Add or remove a newline between a case ':' and '{'. Overrides nl_after_case.
nl_case_colon_brace                      = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Newline between namespace and {
nl_namespace_brace                       = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between 'class' and '{'
nl_class_brace                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline after each ',' in the class base list
nl_class_init_args                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force
# Add or remove newline after each ',' in the constructor member initialization
nl_class_init_args                       = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Newline between 'construct' and '{'
nl_constructor_brace                     = false

# Add or remove newline between return type and function name in a function definition
nl_func_type_name                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between return type and function name inside a class {}
# Uses nl_func_type_name or nl_func_proto_type_name if set to ignore.
nl_func_type_name_class                  = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between function scope and name in a definition
# Controls the newline after '::' in 'void A::f() { }'
nl_func_scope_name                       = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between return type and function name in a prototype
nl_func_proto_type_name                  = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between a function name and the opening '('
nl_func_paren                            = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between a function name and the opening '(' in the definition
nl_func_def_paren                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline after '(' in a function declaration
nl_func_decl_start                       = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline after '(' in a function definition
nl_func_def_start                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Overrides nl_func_decl_start when there is only one parameter.
nl_func_decl_start_single                = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Overrides nl_func_def_start when there is only one parameter.
nl_func_def_start_single                 = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline after each ',' in a function declaration
nl_func_decl_args                        = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline after each ',' in a function definition
nl_func_def_args                         = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline before the ')' in a function declaration
nl_func_decl_end                         = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline before the ')' in a function definition
nl_func_def_end                          = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Overrides nl_func_decl_end when there is only one parameter.
nl_func_decl_end_single                  = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Overrides nl_func_def_end when there is only one parameter.
nl_func_def_end_single                   = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '()' in a function declaration.
nl_func_decl_empty                       = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove newline between '()' in a function definition.
nl_func_def_empty                        = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to put each OC message parameter on a separate line
# See nl_oc_msg_leave_one_liner
nl_oc_msg_args                           = false    # false/true

# Add or remove newline between function signature and '{'
nl_fdef_brace                            = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove a newline between the return keyword and return expression.
nl_return_expr                           = remove   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to put a newline after semicolons, except in 'for' statements
nl_after_semicolon                       = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline after brace open.
# This also adds a newline before the matching brace close.
nl_after_brace_open                      = false    # false/true

# If nl_after_brace_open and nl_after_brace_open_cmt are true, a newline is
# placed between the open brace and a trailing single-line comment.
nl_after_brace_open_cmt                  = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline after a virtual brace open with a non-empty body.
# These occur in un-braced if/while/do/for statement bodies.
nl_after_vbrace_open                     = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline after a virtual brace open with an empty body.
# These occur in un-braced if/while/do/for statement bodies.
nl_after_vbrace_open_empty               = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline after a brace close.
# Does not apply if followed by a necessary ';'.
nl_after_brace_close                     = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline after a virtual brace close.
# Would add a newline before return in: 'if (foo) a++; return;'
nl_after_vbrace_close                    = false    # false/true

# Control the newline between the close brace and 'b' in: 'struct { int a; } b;'
# Affects enums, unions, and structures. If set to ignore, uses nl_after_brace_close
nl_brace_struct_var                      = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to alter newlines in '#define' macros
nl_define_macro                          = false    # false/true

# Whether to not put blanks after '#ifxx', '#elxx', or before '#endif'
nl_squeeze_ifdef                         = false    # false/true

# Add or remove blank line before 'if'
nl_before_if                             = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line after 'if' statement
nl_after_if                              = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line before 'for'
nl_before_for                            = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line after 'for' statement
nl_after_for                             = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line before 'while'
nl_before_while                          = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line after 'while' statement
nl_after_while                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line before 'switch'
nl_before_switch                         = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line after 'switch' statement
nl_after_switch                          = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line before 'do'
nl_before_do                             = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove blank line after 'do/while' statement
nl_after_do                              = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to double-space commented-entries in struct/enum
nl_ds_struct_enum_cmt                    = false    # false/true

# Whether to double-space before the close brace of a struct/union/enum
# (lower priority than 'eat_blanks_before_close_brace')
nl_ds_struct_enum_close_brace            = false    # false/true

# Add or remove a newline around a class colon.
# Related to pos_class_colon, nl_class_init_args, and pos_comma.
nl_class_colon                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove a newline around a class constructor colon.
# Related to pos_constr_colon, nl_constr_init_args, and pos_constr_comma.
nl_constr_colon                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force


# Change simple unbraced if statements into a one-liner
# 'if(b)\n i++;' => 'if(b) i++;'
nl_create_if_one_liner                   = false    # false/true

# Change simple unbraced for statements into a one-liner
# 'for (i=0;i<5;i++)\n foo(i);' => 'for (i=0;i<5;i++) foo(i);'
nl_create_for_one_liner                  = false    # false/true

# Change simple unbraced while statements into a one-liner
# 'while (i<5)\n foo(i++);' => 'while (i<5) foo(i++);'
nl_create_while_one_liner                = false    # false/true

#
# Positioning options
#

# The position of arithmetic operators in wrapped expressions
pos_arith                                = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of assignment in wrapped expressions.
# Do not affect '=' followed by '{'
pos_assign                               = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of boolean operators in wrapped expressions
pos_bool                                 = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of comparison operators in wrapped expressions
pos_compare                              = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of conditional (b ? t : f) operators in wrapped expressions
pos_conditional                          = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of the comma in wrapped expressions
pos_comma                                = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of the comma in the class base list
pos_class_comma                           = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of the comma in the constructor initialization list
pos_constr_comma                          = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of colons between class and base class list
pos_class_colon                           = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

# The position of colons between constructor and member initialization
pos_constr_colon                          = ignore   # ignore/join/lead/lead_break/lead_force/trail/trail_break/trail_force

#
# Line Splitting options
#

# Try to limit code width to N number of columns
code_width                               = 0        # number

# Whether to fully split long 'for' statements at semi-colons
ls_for_split_full                        = false    # false/true

# Whether to fully split long function protos/calls at commas
ls_func_split_full                       = false    # false/true

# Whether to split lines as close to code_width as possible and ignore some groupings
ls_code_width                            = false    # false/true

#
# Blank line options
#

# The maximum consecutive newlines
nl_max                                   = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after a function prototype, if followed by another function prototype
nl_after_func_proto                      = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after a function prototype, if not followed by another function prototype
nl_after_func_proto_group                = 2        # number

# The number of newlines after '}' of a multi-line function body
nl_after_func_body                       = 2        # number

# The number of newlines after '}' of a multi-line function body in a class declaration
nl_after_func_body_class                 = 2        # number

# The number of newlines after '}' of a single line function body
nl_after_func_body_one_liner             = 0        # number

# The minimum number of newlines before a multi-line comment.
# Doesn't apply if after a brace open or another multi-line comment.
nl_before_block_comment                  = 0        # number

# The minimum number of newlines before a single-line C comment.
# Doesn't apply if after a brace open or other single-line C comments.
nl_before_c_comment                      = 0        # number

# Whether to force a newline after a multi-line comment.
nl_after_multiline_comment               = false    # false/true

# The number of newlines after '}' or ';' of a struct/enum/union definition
nl_after_struct                          = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after '}' or ';' of a class definition
nl_after_class                           = 0        # number

# The number of newlines before a 'private:', 'public:', 'protected:', 'signals:', or 'slots:' label.
# Will not change the newline count if after a brace open.
# 0 = No change.
nl_before_access_spec                    = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after a 'private:', 'public:', 'protected:', 'signals:', or 'slots:' label.
# 0 = No change.
nl_after_access_spec                     = 0        # number

# The number of newlines between a function def and the function comment.
# 0 = No change.
nl_comment_func_def                      = 0        # number

# The number of newlines after a try-catch-finally block that isn't followed by a brace close.
# 0 = No change.
nl_after_try_catch_finally               = 0        # number

# The number of newlines before and after a property, indexer or event decl.
# 0 = No change.
nl_around_cs_property                    = 0        # number

# The number of newlines between the get/set/add/remove handlers in C#.
# 0 = No change.
nl_between_get_set                       = 0        # number

# Whether to remove blank lines after '{'
eat_blanks_after_open_brace              = false    # false/true

# Whether to remove blank lines before '}'
eat_blanks_before_close_brace            = false    # false/true

# How aggressively to remove extra newlines not in preproc.
# 0: No change
# 1: Remove most newlines not handled by other config
# 2: Remove all newlines and reformat completely by config
nl_remove_extra_newlines                 = 0        # number

# Whether to put a blank line before 'return' statements, unless after an open brace.
nl_before_return                         = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a blank line after 'return' statements, unless followed by a close brace.
nl_after_return                          = false    # false/true

# Controls the newline between two annotations.
nl_between_annotation                    = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

#
# Code modifying options (non-whitespace)
#

# Add or remove braces on single-line 'do' statement
mod_full_brace_do                        = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove braces on single-line 'for' statement
mod_full_brace_for                       = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove braces on single-line function definitions. (Pawn)
mod_full_brace_function                  = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove braces on single-line 'if' statement. Will not remove the braces if they contain an 'else'.
mod_full_brace_if                        = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Make all if/elseif/else statements in a chain be braced or not. Overrides mod_full_brace_if.
# If any must be braced, they are all braced.  If all can be unbraced, then the braces are removed.
mod_full_brace_if_chain                  = false    # false/true

# Don't remove braces around statements that span N newlines
mod_full_brace_nl                        = 0        # number

# Add or remove braces on single-line 'while' statement
mod_full_brace_while                     = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove braces on single-line 'using ()' statement
mod_full_brace_using                     = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Add or remove unnecessary paren on 'return' statement
mod_paren_on_return                      = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to change optional semicolons to real semicolons
mod_pawn_semicolon                       = false    # false/true

# Add parens on 'while' and 'if' statement around bools
mod_full_paren_if_bool                   = false    # false/true

# Whether to remove superfluous semicolons
mod_remove_extra_semicolon               = false    # false/true

# If a function body exceeds the specified number of newlines and doesn't have a comment after
# the close brace, a comment will be added.
mod_add_long_function_closebrace_comment = 0        # number

# If a namespace body exceeds the specified number of newlines and doesn't have a comment after
# the close brace, a comment will be added.
mod_add_long_namespace_closebrace_comment = 0        # number
# If a switch body exceeds the specified number of newlines and doesn't have a comment after
# the close brace, a comment will be added.
mod_add_long_switch_closebrace_comment   = 0        # number

# If an #ifdef body exceeds the specified number of newlines and doesn't have a comment after
# the #endif, a comment will be added.
mod_add_long_ifdef_endif_comment         = 0        # number

# If an #ifdef or #else body exceeds the specified number of newlines and doesn't have a comment after
# the #else, a comment will be added.
mod_add_long_ifdef_else_comment          = 0        # number

# If TRUE, it will move a 'break' that appears after a fully braced 'case' before the close brace.
mod_move_case_break                      = false    # false/true

# Will add or remove the braces around a fully braced case statement.
# Will only remove the braces if there are no variable declarations in the block.
mod_case_brace                           = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# If TRUE, it will remove a void 'return;' that appears as the last statement in a function.
mod_remove_empty_return                  = false    # false/true

#
# Comment modifications
#

# Try to wrap comments at cmt_width columns
cmt_width                                = 0        # number

# Set the comment reflow mode (default: 0)
# 0: no reflowing (apart from the line wrapping due to cmt_width)
# 1: no touching at all
# 2: full reflow
cmt_reflow_mode                          = 0        # number

# If false, disable all multi-line comment changes, including cmt_width. keyword substitution, and leading chars.
# Default is true.
cmt_indent_multi                         = true     # false/true

# Whether to group c-comments that look like they are in a block
cmt_c_group                              = false    # false/true

# Whether to put an empty '/*' on the first line of the combined c-comment
cmt_c_nl_start                           = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a newline before the closing '*/' of the combined c-comment
cmt_c_nl_end                             = false    # false/true

# Whether to put a star on subsequent comment lines
cmt_star_cont                            = false    # false/true

# The number of spaces to insert at the start of subsequent comment lines
cmt_sp_before_star_cont                  = 0        # number

# The number of spaces to insert after the star on subsequent comment lines
cmt_sp_after_star_cont                   = 0        # number

# For multi-line comments with a '*' lead, remove leading spaces if the first and last lines of
# the comment are the same length. Default=True
cmt_multi_check_last                     = true     # false/true

# The filename that contains text to insert at the head of a file if the file doesn't start with a C/C++ comment.
# Will substitute $(filename) with the current file's name.
cmt_insert_file_header                   = ""         # string

# The filename that contains text to insert at the end of a file if the file doesn't end with a C/C++ comment.
# Will substitute $(filename) with the current file's name.
cmt_insert_file_footer                   = ""         # string

# The filename that contains text to insert before a function implementation if the function isn't preceded with a C/C++ comment.
# Will substitute $(function) with the function name and $(javaparam) with the javadoc @param and @return stuff.
# Will also substitute $(fclass) with the class name: void CFoo::Bar() { ... }
cmt_insert_func_header                   = ""         # string

# The filename that contains text to insert before a class if the class isn't preceded with a C/C++ comment.
# Will substitute $(class) with the class name.
cmt_insert_class_header                  = ""         # string

# The filename that contains text to insert before a Obj-C message specification if the method isn't preceeded with a C/C++ comment.
# Will substitute $(message) with the function name and $(javaparam) with the javadoc @param and @return stuff.
cmt_insert_oc_msg_header                 = ""         # string

# If a preprocessor is encountered when stepping backwards from a function name, then
# this option decides whether the comment should be inserted.
# Affects cmt_insert_oc_msg_header, cmt_insert_func_header and cmt_insert_class_header.
cmt_insert_before_preproc                = false    # false/true

#
# Preprocessor options
#

# Control indent of preprocessors inside #if blocks at brace level 0
pp_indent                                = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Whether to indent #if/#else/#endif at the brace level (true) or from column 1 (false)
pp_indent_at_level                       = false    # false/true

# If pp_indent_at_level=false, specifies the number of columns to indent per level. Default=1.
pp_indent_count                          = 1        # number

# Add or remove space after # based on pp_level of #if blocks
pp_space                                 = ignore   # ignore/add/remove/force

# Sets the number of spaces added with pp_space
pp_space_count                           = 0        # number

# Whether to indent the code between #region and #endregion
pp_region_indent_code                    = false    # false/true

# If pp_indent_at_level=true, sets the indent for #if, #else, and #endif when not at file-level
pp_indent_if                             = 0        # number

# Control whether to indent the code between #if, #else and #endif when not at file-level
pp_if_indent_code                        = false    # false/true

# Whether to indent '#define' at the brace level (true) or from column 1 (false)
pp_define_at_level                       = false    # false/true