#51 Inconsistent CRLF on PeerGenerator output

closed-fixed
nobody
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5
2005-01-07
2004-04-27
No

You use PeerGenerator to generate C++ source files. All
of the lines are properly CRLF output (on Windows),
except for the lines like:

#ifndef JACE_TYPES_JVOID_H
#include "jace/proxy/types/JVoid.h"

This causes VI and some other tools that detect UNIX /
Windows line termination to get confused causing ugly
'^M' characters to appear all over the place.

Sounds like a simple fix?

Discussion

  • Gili Tzabari

    Gili Tzabari - 2004-12-04

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    Hi,

    Can you please clarify your statements a bit? Are you
    running PeerGenerator under Unix or Windows? What editor are
    you using that you see "^M" and are you saying that this is
    caused by us outputing CRLF instead of LF?

    Thank you,
    Gili

     
  • Gili Tzabari

    Gili Tzabari - 2005-01-07
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Gili Tzabari

    Gili Tzabari - 2005-01-07

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    I found and fixed a problem where we were outputting
    newlines inconsistently for comments. The original reporter
    has not replied to my queries so I am going to assume this
    issue is fixed.

    This fix will be included in Jace R1_05.

     

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