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Re: run on Aug 01

From: Keith OHara
Subject: Re: run on Aug 01
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2011 05:21:20 +0000 (UTC)
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Graham Percival <graham <at>> writes:

> I will be running on the git repo 

Tabs-to-spaces and trailing-spaces-strip are now done by the Python script, so 
you don't need to do these steps by hand.

> Apologies for the inconvenience; this should be a one-time painful
> transition.

I did a dry run on my outstanding patches and found it inconvenient, 
but not really painful.  

I thought the option "git rebase --ignore-whitespace" might make everything
automatic, but I still needed to hand-merge.  (In fact, git did just well 
without the option, on my patches.)

There were two nits that I had found with fixcc after discussion died down.  
One of them makes a couple files change on the /second/ run of fixcc.  
People might end up running the script twice, and then would need to merge 
these files.  Therefore I pushed my (well-tested) nitpick fix. 

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