#68 Newlines!

v2.0.1
closed-out-of-date
nobody
install (16)
5
2004-07-18
2003-02-04
No

Some of the files in the distribution use \r\n
newlines. This interferes with multiline #defines in
at least one place. I fixed the problem locally, and
in the process generated this output file that lists
all the files with \r's in them. Hope it's helpful.

Discussion

  • Jp Calderone

    Jp Calderone - 2003-02-04
     
  • Mike C. Fletcher

    • labels: --> install
    • milestone: --> v2.0.1
     
  • Mike C. Fletcher

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    Yuck. Probably a side-effect of building the source distros
    on my Win2K machine. I don't see a convenient (without
    making editing a pain) way to avoid it without checking out
    on a dev machine that's only using \n, or doing a specific
    check-out just to avoid linetype conversions when doing a
    source distribution. Blah. Would be nice if distutils
    allowed automatic conversion to the local standard :( .

     
  • Mike C. Fletcher

    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date
     
  • Mike C. Fletcher

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    Have just built on Gentoo from the source .tar.gz without
    any failures, so I'm marking this bug closed for now.

     

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