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SubjectRe: [PATCH] 2.5 Documentation/CodingStyle ANSI C function declarations.
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On Gwe, 2003-05-30 at 23:39, Davide Libenzi wrote:
> Talking about the code, there are still a bunch of files that uses spaces
> with tabsize=4. Shouldn't those be reformatted with real TABs ? An emacs
> lisp (indent+tabify) might do it pretty fast ...

indent -kr -i8 -bri0 -l255

seems to do the job even faster. I did a pile of the scsi drivers when I
went over them. The big thing is not to mix indent with real changes.
Its always a temptation but its vital that there are no outstanding
changes and that a patch exists where you can test before and after
indent to verify that change didnt cause the problems

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