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Re: coping with different coding styles

From: Adalberto Castelo <castelo_at_qiwi.es.dupont.com>
Date: 2005-12-02 16:15:01 CET

On Thursday 01 December 2005 18:15, Dmitry Beransky wrote:
> Commits isn't the only place where different coding style may become a
> problem. A diff between the working base and the working copy can also get
> screwed up by reformatted code.

For the diff issue: I suppose you could try to create a script that would
format the code back to whatever format you're using in the repository
itself, then call your regular diff utility command on the reformatted local
file and its repository version.

You'd then use this script with the --diff-cmd option to the svn diff command.
I dare say this would be fairly transparent to the user.

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