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cc-mode: Reverting to the 'dumber' indentation of nested function calls,

From: ERDI Gergo
Subject: cc-mode: Reverting to the 'dumber' indentation of nested function calls, as seen in Emacs20
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 20:00:15 +0100 (CET)

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I've looked around in the depths of cc-mode but couldn't find the solution
for this one. The short story is that I'd like to get back a default
behaviour of Emacs20 when breaking lines with nested function calls.

Suppose I have this line of code:

    long_function_name (bar (baz (0)));

Suppose I have c-basic-offset set to 2. If I put the baz (0) in a new
line, here's what I get with emacs20 ('#' denotes 2's of spaces inserted
by c-basic-offset):

##long_function_name (bar (
####baz (0)));

However, with Emacs21, here's what I get (again, '#' denotes double-spaces
from c-basic-offset. '$' denotes spaces inserted by an unknown smart
offset-calculator that I wasn't able to hunt down)

##long_function_name (bar (
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$##baz (0)));

I've compared the c-offsets-alist of emacs20 and emacs21 but couldn't find
the offset-calculator function. If I had that, I guess I'd just substitute
it with a normal indentation offset (c-basic-offset number of spaces) and
I'd be all set.

So, who's inserting all those '$'s and how do I get rid of it?

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