Indent Options sorted by Description
 
Break the line after the last argument in a declaration -bfde
Break the line before all arguments in a declaration -bfda
Case label indent of n spaces -clin
Continuation indent of n spaces -cin
Cuddle else and preceeding } -ce
Cuddle while of do {} while; and preceeding } -cdw
Disable verbose mode -nv
Do not cuddle } and else -nce
Do not cuddle } and the while of a do {} while; -ncdw
Do not disable all formatting of comments -fca
Do not force a space before the semicolon after certain statements. Disables -ss -nss
Do not force blank lines after declarations -nbad
Do not force blank lines after procedure bodies -nbap
Do not force newlines after commas in declarations -nbc
Do not format any comments -nfca
Do not format comments in the first column as normal -nfc1
Do not line up parentheses -nlp
Do not prefer to break long lines at the position of newlines in the input -nhnl
Do not prefer to break long lines before boolean operators -nbbo
Do not put a space after cast operators -ncs
Do not put a space after every '(' and before every ')' -nprs
Do not put a space after every for -nsaf
Do not put a space after every if -nsai
Do not put a space after every while -nsaw
Do not put comment delimiters on blank lines -ncdb
Do not put space after the function in function calls -npcs
Do not put the * character at the left of comments -nsc
Do not read .indent.pro files -npro
Do not swallow optional blank lines -nsob
Don't put each argument in a function declaration on a separate line -nbfda
Enable verbose mode -v
Force blank lines after procedure bodies -bap
Force blank lines after the declarations -bad
Force blank lines before block comments -bbb
Force newline after comma in declaration -bc
Format comments in the first column -fc1
Indent braces after a case label N spaces -cbin
Indent braces n spaces -blin
Indent braces of a struct, union or enum N spaces -sbin
Indent parameter types in old-style function definitions by n spaces -ipn
Insert a space between the name of the procedure being called and the ( -pcs
Leave space between # and preprocessor directive -lps
Line up continued lines at parentheses -lp
On one-line for and while statments, force a blank before the semicolon -ss
Output the version number of indent -version
Prefer to break long lines at the position of newlines in the input -hnl
Prefer to break long lines before boolean operators -bbo
Preserve access and modification times on output files. See Miscellaneous options -pmt
Put a space after a cast operator -cs
Put a space after each for -saf
Put a space after each if -sai
Put a space after each while -saw
Put a space after every '(' and before every ')' -prs
Put a space between sizeof and its argument -bs
Put braces on line after if, etc -bl
Put braces on line with if, etc -br
Put braces on struct declaration line -brs
Put braces on the line after struct declaration lines -bls
Put comment delimiters on blank lines -cdb
Put comments to the right of #else and #endif statements in column n -cpn
Put comments to the right of code in column n -cn
Put comments to the right of the declarations in column n -cdn
Put the * character at the left of comments -sc
Put the type of a procedure on the line before its name -psl
Put the type of a procedure on the same line as its name -npsl
Put variables in column n -din
Set indentation level to n spaces -in
Set indentation of comments not to the right of code to n spaces -dn
Set maximum line length for comment formatting to n -lcn
Set maximum line length for non-comment lines to n -ln
Set tab size to n spaces -tsn
Specify the extra indentation per open parentheses '(' when a statement is broken. See Statements -pin
Swallow optional blank lines -sob
Tell indent the name of typenames -T
Use GNU coding style. This is the default -gnu
Use Kernighan & Ritchie coding style -kr
Use spaces instead of tabs -nut
Use tabs. This is the default -ut
Use the original Berkeley coding style -orig
Write to standard output -st
Zero width indentation for parameters -nip
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