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coping with different coding styles

From: Dmitry Beransky <db01_at_dembel.org>
Date: 2005-12-01 21:05:24 CET


I've search the list archive for solutions to this problem, but found
nothing. If I missed a relevant thread, please simply point me to it.

With modern IDEs that can change a file's coding style at a press of a
button, shoehorning a programmer's habits into some arbitrary standard made
no sense to me. So when I set up the development process for our group, I
made a decision not to enforce any particular style and let my coders
choose what works best for them. Unfortunately, and very understandably,
this practice wreaks havoc when it comes to Subversion's diffs. Is there a
good solution to this? Maybe a way to normalize the code before it's
committed or diff is run? To make things more complicated we access
Subversion via TortoiseSVN and IntelliJ IDEA.


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Received on Thu Dec 1 21:23:00 2005

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