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Re: svn blame and code reformatting

From: twall <twall_at_oculustech.com>
Date: 2006-01-30 20:26:01 CET

> On 1/30/06, John Peacock <jpeacock@rowman.com> wrote:
> > Unfortunately, I think the most appropriate fix is to implement diff's
> > --ignore-whitespace feature (which would be useful in general for other
> > reasons) then allow blame to respect that when generating the blame
> > report...

Given an "ignore-X" feature, does it make sense to hard-code it to whitespace or
could it easily be extended to be any regular expression? I'm thinking of some
files like this:

<file path="xyzzy" modified="12pm EST"/>
<file path="xyzzy" modified="5pm GMT"/>

Where I want to effectively do 's/modified=".*"/modified=""/' prior to the diff.

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Received on Mon Jan 30 20:27:07 2006

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