[Interest] 80 column enforcement under Linux

Michael Jackson mike.jackson at bluequartz.net
Fri Jan 18 19:54:07 CET 2019


I would think that clang-format should be able to help you out with this. It is part of the LLVM download.

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´╗┐On 1/17/19, 11:32 AM, "interest-bounces at qt-project.org on behalf of roland at logikalsolutions.com" <interest-bounces at qt-project.org on behalf of roland at logikalsolutions.com> wrote:

    
    All,
    
    Yes, QtCreator will let us set a right margin of 80 columns and can be  
    configured to wrap, but, that only helps with new code, not thousands  
    of lines of old code. I was hoping Artistic Style would have an option  
    to flag physical lines > 80 characters long, but don't see that.
    
    Is there some Linux tool which can be integrated with QtCreator which  
    will enforce a maximum physical source line length by flagging it as  
    an error or providing some kind of "find instances" search ability? I  
    assume there has to be one since BARR-C:2018 (and its predecessors)  
    are so widely used.
    
    https://barrgroup.com/Embedded-Systems/Books/Embedded-C-Coding-Standard
    
    Hoping to avoid a "just wrap" solution. Would like to really adhere to  
    the spirit of the standard, even if we end up overriding to 130  
    characters as quite a few shops do.
    
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