[cfe-commits] r116312 - /cfe/trunk/test/Parser/MicrosoftExtensions.cpp
klimek at google.com
Wed Oct 13 14:46:45 PDT 2010
Searching for svn:eol-style
"This means that by default, Subversion doesn't pay any attention to
the type of end-of-line (EOL) markers used in your files."
A short check on a random file in clang:
svn-llvm/tools/clang/lib/AST$ svn proplist CXXABI.h
No output. If I don't completely misinterpret this, this means that
svn doesn't change EOL for those files. One solution would be to set
svn:eol-style to native on all code, which would fix the problem for
On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 11:03 PM, Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at google.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 10:31 AM, Francois Pichet <pichet2000 at gmail.com>
>> Is there any rule regarding new-line in LLVM?
>> I didn't see any in the coding standard and I notice that there is no
>> consistency at all across llvm/clang. Some files use \n while some use
>> So i thought it doesn't matter.
> For text files, Subversion should be mapping line endings to the
> platform-native versions when syncing and committing from various platforms.
> I think one of the Windows clients is failing to properly do this, but I
> don't have a test or anything to demonstrate it.
> The result is that our (Google's) lit-like test runner gets confused by
> non-platform-correct line endings. We just fix them when we notice it. They
> should still show up as CRLF line endings on a windows machine when you run
> 'svn sync' (or equivalent for your client software).
> If I get some free time I make teach our test runner to not care, but
> ideally I'd fix the clients that aren't correctly handling eol-native SVN
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