[SciPy-dev] Windows endlines in CVS

Anthony Joseph Seward anthony.seward at ieee.org
Thu Oct 30 14:18:03 CST 2003


Lib/weave/examples/object.py
Lib/weave/tests/scxx_timings.py
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/linux_sdl/gradients/Makefile
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/linux_sdl/images1/Makefile
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/linux_sdl/lion/Makefile
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/conv_dash_marker/conv_dash_marker.dsp
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/conv_dash_marker/conv_dash_marker.dsw
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/conv_stroke/conv_stroke.dsp
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/conv_stroke/conv_stroke.dsw
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/conv_stroke/conv_stroke.plg
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/images1/image1.dsp
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_api/images1/image1.dsw
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_mfc/CustomRasterizer/res/CustomRasterizer.rc2
Lib_chaco/agg2/examples/win32_mfc/CustomRenderer/res/CustomRenderer.rc2
Lib_chaco/chaco/fill.py
Lib_chaco/chaco/demo/__init__.py
Lib_chaco/chaco/demo/scripts/group_test.co
Lib_chaco/chaco/demo/scripts/simple.co
Lib_chaco/chaco/extras/plot_list.py
Lib_chaco/freetype/__init__.py
Lib_chaco/freetype/docs/notes.html
Lib_chaco/freetype/docs/notes.txt
Lib_chaco/freetype/freetype2/src/base/ftglyph.c.bak
Lib_chaco/freetype/src/build_ft.py
Lib_chaco/freetype/src/ft_spec.py
Lib_chaco/freetype/tests/test_freetype.py
Lib_chaco/kiva/__init__.py
Lib_chaco/kiva/colormap.py
Lib_chaco/kiva/geometry.py
Lib_chaco/kiva/macexample.py
Lib_chaco/traits/standard.py
Lib_chaco/traits/trait_errors.py
Lib_chaco/traits/tests/test_timing.py


On Thu, 2003-10-30 at 11:47, Pearu Peterson wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Oct 2003, Anthony Joseph Seward wrote:
> 
> > There are some Windows endlines in the CVS repository.  Is this
> > considered a bug?  It goofs with my scripts and so I was wondering if it
> > could be fixed.  I can make a patch.
> 
> Yeah, this seems to be a constant problem and I am not sure that applying
> patches will fix it. As soon as a developer under windows commits new
> changes to CVS repository, the problem is there again. This is my guess
> and I might be wrong. So, if you can send just the file names that contain 
> Windows endlines, that would be great. Then we can apply flip command 
> ourself to these files.
> 
> Pearu
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