is a variable defined in `
Its value is
*Controls the insertion of newlines before and after braces
when the auto-newline feature is active. This variable contains an
association list with elements of the following form:
(SYNTACTIC-SYMBOL . ACTION).
When a brace (either opening or closing) is inserted, the syntactic
context it defines is looked up in this list, and if found, the
associated ACTION is used to determine where newlines are inserted.
If the context is not found, the default is to insert a newline both
before and after the brace.
SYNTACTIC-SYMBOL can be statement-cont, brace-list-intro,
inexpr-class-open, inexpr-class-close, and any of the *-open and
*-close symbols. See `c-offsets-alist' for details, except for
inexpr-class-open and inexpr-class-close, which doesn't have any
corresponding symbols there. Those two symbols are used for the
opening and closing braces, respectively, of anonymous inner classes
ACTION can be either a function symbol or a list containing any
combination of the symbols `before' or `after'. If the list is empty,
no newlines are inserted either before or after the brace.
When ACTION is a function symbol, the function is called with a two
arguments: the syntactic symbol for the brace and the buffer position
at which the brace was inserted. The function must return a list as
described in the preceding paragraph. Note that during the call to
the function, the variable `c-syntactic-context' is set to the entire
syntactic context for the brace line.
This is a style variable. Apart from the valid values described
above, it can be set to the symbol `set-from-style'. In that case,
it takes its value from the style system (see `c-default-style' and
`c-style-alist') when a CC Mode buffer is initialized. Otherwise,
the value set here overrides the style system (there is a variable
`c-old-style-variable-behavior' that changes this, though).
You can customize this variable.