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[clang-format] Handle C# property accessors when parsing lines

Authored by jbcoe on Apr 22 2020, 8:03 AM.



Improve C# { get; set; } = default; formatting by handling it in the UnwrappedLineParser rather than trying to merge lines later.

Remove old logic to merge lines.

Update tests as formatting output has changed (as intended).

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jbcoe updated this revision to Diff 259409.Apr 22 2020, 2:49 PM

Format patch

krasimir accepted this revision.Apr 23 2020, 3:13 AM

Thank you!

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Apr 23 2020, 3:13 AM
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MyDeveloperDay added inline comments.Apr 23 2020, 6:30 AM

is this just a personal choice? or based on some rule that it shouldn't break?

I don't like us changing tests unless we understand otherwise we just keep flip-flopping the style?

MyDeveloperDay added inline comments.Apr 23 2020, 6:32 AM

previously set and get would break based on the setting of AfterFunction correct? now I assume it doesn't?

jbcoe marked 2 inline comments as done.Apr 23 2020, 10:00 AM
jbcoe added inline comments.

That's right. There's a bunch more work needed here and current/previous behaviour is undertested and incorrect.

I'm focusing on this for the next few days so should get everything working well and configurable as we'd like.

MS examples are not very consistent so choice seems like the way forward:


Agreed. This was oversight and merits discussion. I'll make this configurable in a follow-up patch.

Thanks for taking the time to review/comment.

MyDeveloperDay added inline comments.Apr 24 2020, 1:16 AM

Sounds good


I the original C# work I mentioned we'd want to add specific styling for things like this, I feel this is going the the right direction thank you.