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After C++ merge closing brackets indentation is often wrong


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I found that often in our C++ project the closing brackets indentation is misplaced. Seems like Plastic is either choosing the wrong bracket when solving conflicts or it's adding spaces where there were none.

Is there a way to solve this? Is it a known issue?



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