r22712 - gnucash/trunk - Define line ending style for different file types

Geert Janssens gjanssens at code.gnucash.org
Sat Jan 19 13:27:28 EST 2013

Author: gjanssens
Date: 2013-01-19 13:27:27 -0500 (Sat, 19 Jan 2013)
New Revision: 22712
Trac: http://svn.gnucash.org/trac/changeset/22712

   gnucash/trunk/src/tax/us/de_DE/taxtxf - LIES MICH.txt
Define line ending style for different file types

Additionally, fix line endings on some files that were inconsistent
in this regard.

This gives a more consistent experience on all development

All source files (be it scripts, makefiles, autoconf/automake
files,...) are given an explicit line ending style. For most
LF was chosen. Exceptions are typical windows scripts (.bat, .cmd,
.vbs,...) and some files related to the windows installer. Those
are fixed at CTRL/LF because the installer would have issues
The remainder of files are mostly plain text files (README's,
CHANGELOG's,...). These files are stored with LF line ending
in the repo, but checked out with the platform's native
line ending style. git takes proper care of the necessary
conversions automatically.

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