Add me to the list of those interested. I hate having to change it
by hand. I have various projects to support, and they each have
various code style guidelines. None of them are compatible with
the generated code format. While we’re at it, C++ generated code
would be good too…
Jim Lambert wrote:
I have always wondered too if it was customizable. At least QSSL didnt do
them this way:
I hate that format. At least I can live with the current format. >
Mark Robinson <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
news:8l6o94$eji$> email@example.com> …
Is there a way to change the format of callback function stubs
that PhAB inserts into my code? For example, it inserts:
(the <> bits are because I can’t copy and paste from photon
to here, and can’t be bothered typing it in)
return( PtContinue );
I would prefer:
note the changes in spacing and tabbing.
Is it possible to do this, so that I don’t have to keep
modifying it by hand?
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