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Author jaraco
Recipients eric.araujo, jaraco, orsenthil, pitrou
Date 2011-01-29.20:04:40
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That's great that reindent works in your environment, but that's no help in my environment.

Here's the use case: We have a software package developed in Unix and with Unix LF line endings. The code base may also contain files with CRLF line endings (I can't be certain).

I'm developing in Windows (which includes installed by default). I'd like to use that tool to reindent the code base without munging the line endings. I can't do this without first modifying or using another tool to convert the line endings afterword (at which point I don't know if the Windows line endings were created by or were there natively).

If someone wants the line endings normalized on their code base, they should use another tool (or possibly an option to, but there's definitely a case for using without altering the line endings.
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2011-01-29 20:04:41jaracosetrecipients: + jaraco, orsenthil, pitrou, eric.araujo
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