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SubjectRe: Extraneous whitespace removal?
In article <20010108044218.A9610@foozle.turbogeek.org> you write:
> - I'm not yet positive there are no other places in the tree that
> aren't safe to s/[<tab><space>]+$//. C can, if formated poorly
> enough, be affected by it (multiline strings not ending with \).

Multiline strings not ending with \, are errors. gcc admits this
syntax but it is bad practice, and should be avoided.

For Makefile, DocBook, TeX and assembly, this should be ok too.

--Thomas Pornin
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