From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-18 13:30:50
Rob Stewart wrote:
> > Do we have already a similar thing somewhere in the inspect
> tool (I'm
> > asking to avoid inventing a new special syntax if there
> already exists one ;-)?
> > Otherwise I'd go for adding the recognition of a special string
> > somewhere in the file:
> > BoostInspect:notab
> > suppressing the -tab check for this particular file.
> Additionally this
> > is extensible in the future, if needed.
> Perhaps a begin/end delimiter pair to restrict the scope of
> the suppression?
All we have so far is one single simple use case, where tabs are used as
input data for a test program. Your suggestion is nice, but overkill, IMHO.
So I'm going to implement boostinspect:notab for tab analysis supression. If
anybody wants to implement begin/end delimiters to restrict the scope of
this, please go ahead.
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