From: Sean Huang (huangsean_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-12-19 21:35:34
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From: "Tobias Schwinger" <tschwinger_at_[hidden]>
> Sean Huang wrote:
>> vector200.hpp contains lines with more than 8000 characters. This causes
>> problems when the file is added to IBM Rational ClearCase which has an
>> 8000-character upper limit for text files. The workaround is to check it
>> as a binary file but this eliminates the possibility of future merges. Is
>> possible to make the lines shorter?
> Not easily - it's preprocessor generated code. Running some kind of code
> on it might work (meant as a user-side solution).
Thanks for the explanation.
I am curious why the author(s) did not leave the preprocessor directives in
place. Not willing to introduce dependencies on boost.preprocessor?
The file is very well formatted so I suspect it has been beautified. Maybe
it was just an oversight.
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