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From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-07-25 20:30:57 CEST

Hi *,

After reading the tail of the "[PATCH] Issue 1628" thread I have some
questions.

I am wondering what other developers on the list use for their
development environment.

I currently use good ol' `vim`, but the documentation suggests Emacs and
the svn-dev.el file. Does vim have a equivalent style file?

I have been poking around in subversion/libsvn-subr/date.c lately and am
wondering if many people actually use `indent` to clean up their white
space style? How do you do this to only a subset of the file?

After running indent it seems to change a lot of other lines - as shown
below - which I haven't touched. Obviously this is bad and makes me
think that there are not many people using `indent`.

[nesscg@summer libsvn_subr]$ svn diff date.c | cat -n | tail -n 1
    57 || expt.tm_sec > 60)
[nesscg@summer libsvn_subr]$ indent date.c && svn diff date.c | cat -n |
tail -n 1
   319 apr_err = apr_time_exp_gmt_get (result, &expt);

What do you code with, without deteriorating this thread into an editor
war. ;)
Care to share any hints, tips, quirks, etc?

Cheers,
Chris

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