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# Generated with cmake-format 0.5.1
# How wide to allow formatted cmake files
line_width = 80
# How many spaces to tab for indent
tab_size = 2
# If arglists are longer than this, break them always
max_subargs_per_line = 10
# If true, separate flow control names from their parentheses with a space
separate_ctrl_name_with_space = False
# If true, separate function names from parentheses with a space
separate_fn_name_with_space = False
# If a statement is wrapped to more than one line, than dangle the closing
# parenthesis on it's own line
dangle_parens = False
# What character to use for bulleted lists
bullet_char = '*'
# What character to use as punctuation after numerals in an enumerated list
enum_char = '.'
# What style line endings to use in the output.
line_ending = u'unix'
# Format command names consistently as 'lower' or 'upper' case
command_case = u'lower'
# Format keywords consistently as 'lower' or 'upper' case
keyword_case = u'unchanged'
# Specify structure for custom cmake functions
additional_commands = {
"foo": {
"flags": [
"kwargs": {
"HEADERS": "*",
"DEPENDS": "*",
"SOURCES": "*"
# A list of command names which should always be wrapped
always_wrap = []
# Specify the order of wrapping algorithms during successive reflow attempts
algorithm_order = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
# If true, the argument lists which are known to be sortable will be sorted
# lexicographicall
autosort = False
# enable comment markup parsing and reflow
enable_markup = True
# If comment markup is enabled, don't reflow the first comment block in
# eachlistfile. Use this to preserve formatting of your
# copyright/licensestatements.
first_comment_is_literal = True
# If comment markup is enabled, don't reflow any comment block which matchesthis
# (regex) pattern. Default is `None` (disabled).
literal_comment_pattern = None
# Regular expression to match preformat fences in comments
# default=r'^\s*([`~]{3}[`~]*)(.*)$'
fence_pattern = u'^\\s*([`~]{3}[`~]*)(.*)$'
# Regular expression to match rulers in comments
# default=r'^\s*[^\w\s]{3}.*[^\w\s]{3}$'
ruler_pattern = u'^\\s*[^\\w\\s]{3}.*[^\\w\\s]{3}$'
# If true, emit the unicode byte-order mark (BOM) at the start of the file
emit_byteorder_mark = False
# If a comment line starts with at least this many consecutive hash characters,
# then don't lstrip() them off. This allows for lazy hash rulers where the first
# hash char is not separated by space
hashruler_min_length = 10
# If true, then insert a space between the first hash char and remaining hash
# chars in a hash ruler, and normalize it's length to fill the column
canonicalize_hashrulers = True
# Specify the encoding of the input file. Defaults to utf-8.
input_encoding = u'utf-8'
# Specify the encoding of the output file. Defaults to utf-8. Note that cmake
# only claims to support utf-8 so be careful when using anything else
output_encoding = u'utf-8'
# A dictionary containing any per-command configuration overrides. Currently
# only `command_case` is supported.
per_command = {}