[Lazarus] EOL character used in .lfm files keep changing

Florian Klaempfl florian at freepascal.org
Thu Jun 11 13:52:13 CEST 2009

Graeme Geldenhuys schrieb:
> Florian Klaempfl wrote:
>> had been added by the conversion script but it was missed at certain
>> points and these omissions still pop up.
> I hope the script I supplied helps a bit, or gets you on the right track.

We used such a script but if you forget about certain extensions, it
doesn't help ;)

> Fixed. Git is more that just a source code repository (ala SubVersion),
> it is more like a file system with integrity checking all built in. What
> you put in, is exactly (guaranteed by SHA1 checks) what you will get
> out. No silent modifications of files. In todays software world, all
> text programs (editors etc..) should be able to handle any text files
> with whatever EOL characters. If not, that text editor isn't worth using.

Tell this unix editor writers (and MS too).

>> blocking of patches from merging
> it's called cherry-picking in git.

No. It does not prevent that somebody pushes a merge.

>> good support of non unix platforms, ...
> This is old news. The native Windows Git version (I guess you are
> referring to Windows, because I know that is what you mainly use) works
> perfectly. 

What about OS/2, MorphOS, ... ?

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