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Emacs displays different formatting than what actually is

I have been using emacs for a while now, I am relatively new to it but while editing i noticed that sometimes emacs will show the code correctly formatted, when i open it with another text editor ...
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Customized c-mode indentation style in Emacs 27.2

I would like to produce c code in the following format: char *ft_strdup(const char *s1) { char *h; size_t len; ... } Where I can tab after the type of the function signature and ...
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Is there a way to display breadcrumbs in C mode in a headerline or another window

I am using emacs (GNU Emacs 25.3.2) on Ubuntu. I was wondering if its possible to display short breadcrumbs or selected compound statement in a headerline (even another window is fine). Probably I am ...
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Strange flush left C-code formatting in Emacs 24.3 of SLES 12 SP5

I see some odd Emacs behavior in C-mode recently. I suspect that the change happened either when switching from SLES 12 SP4 to SLES12 SP5 (both have Emacs 24.3), or when switching from SLES 11 SP4 (...
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#ifdef's bodies background in different colors (in C code)

I'd like to have the body of #ifdef blocks in C code with a different background color, i.e. #ifdef FOO /* This background in e.g., yellow */ #else /* This background in e.g., orange */ #endif ...
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How to get the following indentation style in c?

I would like to have the following behavior: int main(){ to result in: int main(){ | } Where pipe is the cursor, and I DON'T have to press RETURN key after '{'. I have already achieved the ...
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How do I populate tags for C?

I hover over stdlib: #include <stdlib.h> I type M-. and it asks me: Visit tags table (default TAGS): I don't have one of those. I see a lot of information about TAGS in the emacs ...
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How to use C header files in org-mode source code blocks?

I have a C code block in my org-mode document like the following: #+begin_src C :exports both #include "my_header.h" int main(void) { function_from_my_header(); return 0; } #+...
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Emacs incorrectly indenting C code when auto-fill-mode is enabled

I have this single line in my ~/.emacs: (add-hook 'prog-mode-hook 'auto-fill-mode) Now I open a foo.c with Emacs and type this code. I only type the code and enter. I do not type any tab. This is the ...
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How to change default shell for Emacs on MS Windows?

I'm very new to Emacs (using Doom Emacs) as a former Vim user, and I've been loving it. However, I've been having issues trying to get irony-server to run. From what little I've been able to gather (...
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Emacs not indenting enum / enum class contents

I've got a small problem to do with Doom Emacs / Emacs. Enum contents are not indented at all... Here's what I would like: enum class RandomEnum { A, B, C, D }; Here's what I get: ...
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How to pass the current scopes function symbol as an argument to an elisp function

I am trying to create an org-capture template which works with yankpad and yasnippets to such that if I am working with some c code like this: example.c static int somefunc(int a) { if (a ==5) { ...
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noweb doesn't expand at all

I have a feeling this must be a stupid simple problem however I just can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong. I'm using Doom emacs and trying to use noweb with org mode source code blocks to ...
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How to NOT Auto Indent when a specific Character is inputted?

So I recently encountered a problem programming in C that whenever I enter the left parenthesis character, (, Emacs auto-idents the code. [4 spaces here]DATA *SeqQueueOut( I know that there is this ...
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How to us a shortcut to add semicolon to end of current line?

Is there a shortcut to add a semicolon to the end of the current line of code? For instance, M-; inserts a comment at the end of the current line of code. Is there anything like that for a semicolon? ...
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How to see brief location in the code in C/C++ mode

While editing a long C++ file, I use rtags to jump around. It would be very handy for me to know where I am in terms of where the cursor is relative to the classes-functions. For example, it would be ...
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Use iconv directly on the selected region to convert codes

I copied and pasted the C code as: int main(void) {    statements    return 0; } to org's babel code block, when strike C-c C-c, it report error: /tmp/babel-uaYVXU/C-src-Pd1SZs.c:11:6: error: stray ‘...
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Centering within comment blocks or ASCII art

I have C comments like this: /****************************************************************************** * Includes * ***********...
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c-set-style: Error loading guessed style

My company has very specific indentation rules for C code. I want to create a style from those rules, and have it load at startup. Doing a C/Guess Style From This Buffer and C/Install Last Guessed ...
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Where is M-x compile?

I have a basic C file open in c-mode: #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main() { return 0; }; I'm trying to compile it. I type M-x compile expecting to be asked to set my ...
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ETAGS with dependencies

I'm trying to use emacs for C development. From here, I understand that in order to see the definitions of functions, I need to use something called etags. My code is: #include <stdlib.h> #...
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How can I lint a C file?

I have the following: int main() { int a = 1; int b = 2; return 0; }; I am expecting some lint to align the indentation. My file is open with (C/*l AC Abbrev). I try C-c . which asks me:...
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Customize org babel execution command in C

I have the following C code: #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> int main(){ printf("Square = %d", pow(4,2)); return 0; } Now if I run this in the shell. I would first compile ...
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fork in org-mode babel source block executes incorrectly

I have this small piece of code on emacs org-mode : #+BEGIN_SRC C :eval #+BEGIN_SRC C :fork-example1.c :noweb no-export :eval :flags -Wall -Werror -pedantic //Fork-exemplec-cours.c #include <stdio....
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Flycheck does not find .h file

I am using Flycheck for my syntax highlighting which have been working out great when working with all header and source files in one directory. I recently decided to add some unit tests to test my ...
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Stepping through c code in emacs

I am trying to step through code in emacs and am looking for a plugin which will displa the contents of an element when I hover over it. Is there any plugin like this currently? How do you step ...
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How do you guys use doxygen? [closed]

I'm curious about Doxygen, how do you guys manage documentation in C/C++ projects on emacs? I didn't find a good package that does it consistently. So far I did use gendoxy and doxymacs. I had ...
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Is there a package that show the value of constant variables? C/C++

I would like some package that show the variable value when I put cursor on it. The behavior that I expect can be seen in the image below. The image below is in vscode, I would like some package that ...
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some pointer declarations not colored

macs -nw fails to color code certain declarations of pointer arrays seemingly depending on the structure being pointed to. For example: SomeStruct *one[4] is all white (I have dark background), but ...
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Adding rule to indentation

A code base I work on has the macro #define when break; case to make switch statements 'cleaner' However this causes problems with indentation, Is it possible to set the behavior of 'when' to be ...
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Custom indentation for macros in C mode

I'm working in a codebase with an extensive use of function macros and I'm having some difficulty finding the correct way to set indentations with them. Specifically, we pass a lot of statement lists {...
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Valgrind interface for emacs

Is there an interface similar to 'gdb-mi' for using Valgrind in emacs? What are some ways to use Valgrind inside emacs?
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How to transpose two arguments of a function call for C family languages?

How to swap two arguments for C function calls? eg: my_function(foo, bar, baz); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~^ (cursor location) Should be transposed to the right to make: my_function(bar, foo, baz); The simple ...
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Align elements of a matrix to the right

I have a matrix in C++ Matrix<double> A = { {31, -13, 0, 0, 0, -10, 0, 0, 0}, {-13, 35, -9, 0, -11, 0, 0, 0, 0}, {0, -9, 31, -10, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0}, {0, 0, -10, 79, -30, 0, 0, 0, -...
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Too much time spent for emacs to open cpp in the project

I use ggtags in order to improve my efficiency. I follow the manual to setup emacs environment. https://tuhdo.github.io/c-ide.html However, during editing the cpp files in the projects. Chance are ...
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#ifdef __cplusplus nuisance: How to prevent extra indenting?

If you ever wrote header files that have to be used by both C compiler and C++ compiler, you'd encounter this particular ifdef. This construct causes one to insert extra curly braces in the header ...
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How to configure C-M-q and TAB key to expand pre-existing TAB characters into spaces in C/C++ files

In C and C++ files, I want to configure the mode so that any time I request indentation, that it will always expand all of the embedded TAB characters in indentation (at the start of the line, and no ...
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Eshell - ./hello command not found(gcc)

emacs was installed by Msys32 on Win7 32bit! gcc can't run hello.c on eshell but on minibuffer, Why?
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How can I compile and run my C code from within Emacs like I would with the terminal?

I recently moved from Code::Blocks to Emacs to write C code. The one thing I don't like (because it takes too much time and effort for a simple and repetitive task) is the fact that I can't compile/...
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Is this a c-default-style? If not, how can i configure it?

I've just started using spacemacs and the docstrings for cc-styles are a bit daunting. I've also just started working on a new project in c, and would like to keep consistent with existing style: ...
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How to find where a given function is called from in gtags

I am using gtags and can jump to where a function is defined. Howeve I am not able to find inside a function where it is begin called from. Is there anyway to find where a function is called from?
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Compile and run C-Programs in Emacs

I'm currently learning C with a book that has many small code examples that the reader is supposed to write, run and experiment with. I'm using Emacs as my primary tool for everything that has to do ...
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CEDET semantic-complete-jump customization

When I search through project via semantic-complete-jump and tag is not unique (its defined in multiple places), I must hit <tab> to iterate through all possible places. Problem is, I horribly ...
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cscope-minor-mode not enabled for C in emacs 25

I'm using Emacs 25 on Ubuntu 16.04, after a while spent on Emacs 24. One thing that I've noticed changed in version 25 is, cscope minor mode is not enabled by default when I edit C files, while it was ...
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Performance issue of c-mode

When I'm pressing C-p/n moving the cursor around, the redisplaying is quite lagging. A profile of CPU give + command-execute 527 59% - ...
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How to compile and run a C++ file? [closed]

I don't know how to compile and run a C++ file in GNU Emacs. I searched on the various sites and stackexchange network, but from them what I understood was write something like make compile, and I don'...
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What is the good resource for getting started using EMACS? [duplicate]

I have not used EMACS seriously in 20 years. I work on a Mac and am a vi/Eclipse person now. I want to switch back to EMACS for C and C++ programming. When I was researching EMACS add-on packages ...
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Org-babel. :flags in C code blocks dont work correctly anymore

I'm trying to run current code block #+HEADERS: :includes <math.h> <stdio.h> :flags -lm #+HEADERS: :var x=1.0 :var y=4.0 :var z=10.0 #+begin_src C :tangle trying double pi = 4*atan(1); ...
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c-basic-offset is not influencing indentation of c/cpp files

No matter how I set this value I get this message when I try to describe it. Its value is 2 Original value was set-from-style Local in buffer .... ; *Global value is 3* I don't know what is ...
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annotate C's function list static or not in Speedbar

Is there any way to configure Speedbar to tag functions in the buffer static or extern for C? If not, how can I make it?