Since recently I have been playing with our sourcheck to hook it in as a GitHub action at each PR, I have been fixing some sourcecheck findings leftover from previous unchecked commits.
Most of the stuff makes sense but this one:
this impose that switch/case blocks should be in the form of:
i.e. switch and case keywords MUST have the same indentation. I have searched a little bit and it seems this is not widely used as a code style, the tendency is to have the case indented.
Since there are 2053 occurrences of switch/case blocks, before attempting to fix this I would like a general agreement on this.