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@ 2022-09-20  7:31 ` Jonathan Wakely
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From: Jonathan Wakely @ 2022-09-20  7:31 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Zopolis0; +Cc: gcc-help

On Tue, 20 Sept 2022 at 02:18, Zopolis0 via Gcc-help
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> The editor I use (Sublime Text) disagrees with gcc on tabs vs spaces and
> tabs-spaces mixing, so every change I make is surrounded by a lot of
> whitespace diff.
> This makes git merge freak out, and I want to get rid of it.
> I have too many patches to do manually, so I was wondering whether
> check_GNU_style.(sh/py) had a way to automatically apply the recommended
> whitespace changes.

You can get a plugin for sublimetext to make it follow the spec. That will allow you to put a
.editorconfig file in your GCC source tree and your editor will use
the desired config. You can add the .editorconfig file to the
.git/info/exclude file so that Git ignores it.

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