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Kernighan & Ritchie style uses linux brackets. Opening brackets are broken from namespaces, classes, and function definitions. Brackets are attached to everything else including statements within a function, arrays, structs, and enums.
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Located in plugins_xrc.cpp:23
Pico style uses run-in brackets and attached closing brackets. Opening brackets are broken and allow run-in statements. The closing bracket is attached to the last line in the block. Switches are indented to allow a run-in to the opening switch block. The style implies keep-one-line-blocks and keep-one-line-statements. If add-brackets is used they will be added as one-line brackets. This style frequently is used with an indent of 2 spaces.
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Located in plugins_xrc.cpp:44
Ratliff style uses attached, indented brackets. Switch blocks and class blocks are indented to prevent a 'hanging indent' with following case statements and C++ class modifiers (public, private, protected).
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Located in plugins_xrc.cpp:31
Rebuild current project
Translated by DURAND Gérard on 2019-06-21
Located in plugins_xrc.cpp:362
Run current project
Translated by DURAND Gérard on 2019-06-21
Located in plugins_xrc.cpp:358
Run current project in debugger
Translated by DURAND Gérard on 2019-06-21
Located in src_xrc.cpp:17
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Contributors to this translation: Anbang Li, DURAND Gérard, Hua Li, kxwyb, robertseangreen, zheng zhiwei, 刘予顺.