2012/1/25 Thorsten Schöning <tschoening_at_am-soft.de>:
> Guten Tag Les Mikesell,
> am Mittwoch, 25. Januar 2012 um 07:11 schrieben Sie:
>> The fact that text is different on
>> different systems isn't really something you can disagree with. I
>> don't like it any more than you do, but that's just the way it is -
>> something decided back in a different century.
> That is really no argument as almost any developer tool is able to
> handle both line endings today.
Highly trained/skilled developers can handle a lot of things that you
don't expect in general.
> You just have to configure it in your
> IDE, TextEditor and whatever you use once and for all the team, just
> like you define any other coding rules and there will be exactly no
> problem. A lot of things were decided centuries ago and we don't do
> them anymore.
Do you have a definitive list of the tools you can expect to work
with non-native text lines? Or, if the list is smaller these days,
the ones that won't? And what do you do when something else makes a
change that suddenly makes the whole file show modifications that you
Received on 2012-01-25 15:01:45 CET