indent (Unix)

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GNU indent
Original author(s) David Ingamells, Carlo Wood, Joseph Arceneaux, Jim Kingdon, John Bridges
Developer(s) FSF
Stable release
2.2.10 / March 11, 2008; 10 years ago (2008-03-11)
Written in C
Operating system Cross-platform
Type source-code-reformat tool
License GNU GPL v3
Website www.gnu.org/software/indent/

indent is a Unix utility that reformats C and C++ code in a user-defined indentation style and coding style. Support for C++ code is considered experimental.

Examples of usage[edit]

The command line

indent -st -bap -bli0 -i4 -l79 -ncs -npcs -npsl -fca -lc79 -fc1 -ts4 SomeFile.c

indents SomeFile.c in a style resembling BSD/Allman style and writes the result to the standard output.

GNU indent[edit]

GNU indent is the GNU Project's version of indent. A different indentation style, the GNU style, is used by default.[1]

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