On 03/17/2009 01:07 PM, Konstantin Osipov wrote:
> Hello Ingo,
> * Ingo Strüwing<Ingo.Struewing@stripped> [09/03/13 19:22]:
>> I propose to get rid of the "switch exception" regarding the opening
>> brace. I propose to write new code so that the opening brace is put on
>> its own line below the switch keyword.
> Thank you for this proposal, I didn't notice it at first.
> As long as there is at least one person who's disturbed
> by the current behaviour, I think it's a good idea to change it
> -- it's hard to explain why switch () is the only statement in our
> style for which we write an opening brace at the same line.
> The exception can be hard to keep in mind, enforce during reviews,
> I'm sure Monty had a reason, but none of us nowadays knows about it.
Probably something to do with not affecting block indentation level. :\