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Re: What do you Hate about Subversion?

From: Thomas Lehmann <Iris-und-Thomas-Lehmann_at_T-Online.de>
Date: 2007-01-31 16:03:45 CET

Hi,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The C compiler and assembler from ARM ADS 1.x arent't able to
>>>>>>> create
>>>>>>> proper line numbering in the debug information when the source
>>>>>>> file has
>>>>>>> mixed EOL style.
>>>>>
>>>>>> I guess you didn't understand. That system has some serious
>>>>>> architecture/design flaws.
>>>>>
>>>>> Can you name the standard that it breaks?
>>>> whitespace is to be ignored
>>>
>>> How do you ignore whitespace yet provide line number information?
>>
>> "lines" have no meaning to the C++ program.
>
> They do for the preprocessor.
>

I'm agreeing to the fact that editors have to handle text in the right way
but - for any reason - some people didn't get this arguments.
Because this topic is also touching the styleguide stories I guess following
solution (if implementable and acceptable for most):

Subversions handles text as done by default; but.....
.....you can define a converter (a script or program) for the checkin
operations as well as for the checkouts operations and each file will be
passed to this converter(s). Result:
 - you can define the format of text you like beeing stored inside of
subversion
 - every user can define the format he wants to see when retrieving a
file from subversion.

Sure - the subversion team isn't really forced to do that but
may be - it can serve nerves......

How about?

-- 
Thomas Lehmann
Diplom Informatiker FH
Tel:   +49 6071 36046
eMail: Iris-und-Thomas-Lehmann@T-Online.de
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Received on Wed Jan 31 16:02:33 2007

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