From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-29 08:21:39
Beman Dawes wrote:
> At 02:39 AM 1/29/2004, Baptiste Lepilleur wrote:
> >Line ending of all HTML files of spirit are of the form '\r\r\n' (just
> >at them with a binary editor).
> Yep, I check the CVS files and that's the problem.
Huh? Martin Wille, Hartmut Kaiser and I checked the CVS (both
Spirit's and Boost's and all relevant branches) and didn't
find any '\r\r\n'. See [ http://tinyurl.com/2tokp ]. There
are no '\r\r\n' in there.
What we found out however, is that the candidate 2 zip file
that's the problem. Here are some quotes from Hartmut and
Hartmut Kaiser wrote:
> My CVS version is clean. But in the zip file the error is reproducible.
> There are simply additional newlines inside the <pre></pre> tags of the html
> files (these are renderend verbatim)!
> Don't know, what to do with this.
Martin Wille wrote:
> I'm unable to reproduce the problem with any of the
> four relevant CVS branches.
> The contents of the ZIP file very much look like another
> flavour of a CR/LF vs LF problem. My text editor displays
> ^M and the end of most lines but didn't switch do DOS mode.
> This is usually an indication for inconsistent newline
> styles within a file.
Beman, might it be that your CVS chekout that's in an
inconsistent state? After all, it was you who packaged
the zip file, right?
-- Joel de Guzman http://www.boost-consulting.com http://spirit.sf.net
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